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THE TOWN REPORT FOR THE YEAR 1977 
IS HEREBY DEDICATED TO 

ALTON HODGMAN AND HENRY J. SFj^MANS, SR. 



"The highest of distinctions is service to others." 

King George VI 

ALTON HODGMAN 
1916-1977 



1950-52 Auditor (Schools) 
1950-53 Budget Committee 
1957-77 Health Officer 
1957-77 Special Police Officer 
1959-60 Representative to 

General Court 
1959-67 School District 

Moderator 
1961-67 Civil Defense Director 
1966-77 Fireman 




HENRY J. SEAMANS, SR. 
1909-1977 






Representative to the General Court 

Trustee of the Trust Funds 

President, Pelham Senior Citizens Club 



1973-74 , 1975-76 , 1977-78 

1972-1975 

1973 



INDEX 

1 .J '- 

Balance Sheet 21 

Births 49-51 

Board of Adjustment 32 

Bodies Brought for Burial 52 

Building Inspectors' Reports 31 

Building Permit and Zoning Variance Information 60 

Charting Your Tax Dollar ("Pie" Chart) 10 

Conservation Commission Report 56-57 

Deaths 52 

Dedication Inside Front Cover 

Detailed Statements of Payments & Budget Action 11-17 

Dog Officer's Report 30 

Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) Report 30 

Fire Department Report 29 

Highway Agent ' s Report 27 

Inventory of Valuation, Statement of Appropriations 7 

Library Reports 25-26 

Marriages 42-48 

Merrimack Valley Home Health Care 41 

Pelham Municipal Court 18 

Planning Board Report 33-34 

Police Department Report 28 

Recreation Commission Report 37-39 

Schedule of Town Property 22 

Selectmen's Report 5-6 

Senior Citizens Report 40 

State Audit Report, 1976 (following p. 22) A1-A7 

Tax Collector's Report 24-26 

Tax Rate 8 

Tax Rate By Unit of Government (Graph) 9 

Tax Map Facsimile Inside Back Cover 

Town Clerk's Report 23 

Town Meeting Minutes, 1977 58-59 

Town Officers and Committees 2-4 

Town Payments for Goods Sc Equipment 55 

Town Salaries 53-54 

Treasurer's Report 21-22 

Trustees of Trust Fund after page 60 

Warrant, 1978 Town Meeting (following p. 4) W-1 to W-11 

Welfare Officers Report 32 



SCHOOL BOARD 

Report of School District S-1 to S-28 

School Warrant S-29 to S-31 

School Budget B-1 to B-3 

School Department Audit following B-3 



TOWN OFFICERS AND COMMITTEES 



REPRESENTATIVES TO THE GENEIUL COURT 
Philip R. Currier, Esq. 
Henry Searaans, Sr, (deceased) 
Claire Plomaritis 

BOARD OF SELECTMEN 

Harold V, Lynde, Jr., Chairman, 1978 

Marianne H. Thompson, Vice-Chairman, '79 

Herbert S. Currier, 1978 

Nathan C. Boutwell, 1980 

Peter R. Flynn, 1980 

ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT 
David Hodgen (until Dec.) 
Thomas J. Mahon (started Dec.) 



MODERATOR 
Philip McColgan 

BUILDING INSPECTORS 
Robert G. Edwards, Insp. 
Andrew Dow, Asst. 
Augustine Messineo, Asst. 

CIVIL DEFENSE DIRECTOR 
Maurice E. Nantel 

DOG OFFICER 

Doris Heneault 

Arthur Heneault, Deputy 

HEALTH OFFICER 

Alton M. Hodgman (deceased) 

HIGHWAY AGENT 
George M. Neskey 

SANITARY LANDFILL INSPFXTOR 
Herbert H. Atwood, Sr. 

SUPERVISORS OF CHECKLISTS 
Dorothy Hardy, 1982 
Richard Derby, 1978 
Joyce Mason, 1980 

TAX COLLECTOR 
Cheryl B. Rossi 

TOWN CLERK 
Faye B. Emerson 

TOWN TRFj\SURER 
Richard Gudek 

OVERSEFJ^ OF PUBLIC WELFARE 
David Hodgen (until Dec. T) 
Thomas J. Mahon (started Dec.l) 



BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT 

Willis Atwood, Chairman, 1982 

Michael Marcinkowski, Clerk, *81 

Charles Bernard, 1979 

John Gonsalves, 1978 

Forrest McNamara, 1980 

Alternates ; 

Raymond J. Cashman, 1978 

Walter Kosik, 1978 

Harry Casey, 1978 

Norman Lawrence, Sr. , 1978 

Clifton Hayes, 1978 

Peter Flynn, Selectman Rep. 

BUDGET COMMITTEE 

James Powers, Chairman, 1978 

Donald Foisie, 1978 

Albert Greenhalgh, 1980 

Robert Dailey, 1980 

Charlotte Vautier (until Nov.) 

Harry Casey (started Nov.) 1978 

Michael McLlarky (until Nov.) 

H. Richard Schuler(started Nov.) '78 

John Trainor (until Nov.) 

Joseph Beaumont (s tainted Jan.) 1978 

James Fenton, 1978 

Dorothy Hardy (until May) 

John Lavallee (started Jupi^)'78 

John Richardson, School Bd. Rep. 

(until Dec.) 
Grace O'Hearn, School Bd. Rep. 

Marianne Thompson, Selectman Rep. 

CE!METERY TRUSTEES 

Frank Carleton, Sexton (until Feb.) 

Charles W. Herbert, Sexton, 1979 

Paul Fisher III, 1979 

Austin Burns, 1980 

Leonard Philbrick, 1978 

Richard Derby, 1980 

Daniel Atwood, 1978 



CONSERVATION COMMISSION 
Arthur Reichert, Chairman 

(until Sept.) 
Alice Kirby, Chairman, 1978 
Vincent Roderick (until Apr.) 
Joseph Horowitz (until Apr.) 
Edmund Lapoint (until Apr.) 
Glenn Tennis (until Apr.) 
Robert Hayes (until Oct.) 
Gail Plouffe (started Dec.) »80 
Robert Mathieu, 1978 
Robert Charest, 1980 
Anita Greenhalgh, 1979 
Cheryl Koch, 1980 
Edward D. Perkins, 1979 

Marianne Thompson, Sel. Rep. 

FIRE DEPARTMENT 

Chief & Warden 

Edmund L. Lapoint 

Asst. Chief & Deputy Warden : 

Herbert H. Atwood 

Willis H. Atwood 

Charles W. Hobbs, III 

Deputy Wardens ; 

Daniel S. Atwood 

George F. Garland 

Charles W. Hobbs 

Firemen: 

Robert R. Bordeleau 

Jonathan Cares 

Raymond J. Cashman 

Phillip E. Colburn, III 

Donald E. Crossley 

Maurice M. Danis 

Richard W. Derby 

E. David Fisher 

Robert B. Fletcher 

Peter R. Flynn 

Robert H. Hirsch 

Carl Hyde 

Russell P. Leonard 

Frederick R. Mansfield 

Brian L. Mason 

Hubert L. Mason 

Richard S. Melanson 

William A. Melanson 

Russell Sawyer 

David J. Slater 

Stephen V. Straughan 

Ronald W. Therriault 

Brendon Wood 

HIGHWAY SAFETY COMMITTEE 

Robert Hayes, 1978 

Larry Major, 1978 

Robert Fletcher, 1978 

Nathan Boutwell, Selectman Rep. 



LIBRARY TRUSTEES 

William McDevitt, Chairman, 1980 
Elaine Hornbeck, Secretary, 1979 
David Panciera, Treasurer, 1978 

Harold Lynde, Selectman Rep. 

NASHUA REGIONAL PLANNING COMM. 

(N.R.P.C.) 

James Garfield (until Sept.) 

V.A. PerpErian, 1981 

N.R.P.C. SOUNDING BOARD 
Carolyn Law, 1978 
Daniel Sullivan, 1978 

NASHUA REGIONAL MEDICAL 

EMFJ^GENCY SERVICES 
Ernest David Fisher, 1^78 

PLANNING BOARD 

G. Alan Laraway, Chairman, 1979 

Stephen Parker, Vice-Chairman, 1980 

William T. Hayes, Secretary, 1981 

Robert Allen, 1978 

Gerard Bourque, 1982 

Charles Donahue (until Aug.) 

Beverly Hayes, Alternate, 1978 

Walter Remeis, 1978 

Arthur Reichert (until Sept.) 

Carolyn Law (until May) 

Marianne Thompson, Selectman Rep. 
Harold V. Lynde, Selectman Rep. 

POLICE DEPARTMFJVT 
Ralph S. Boutwell, Chief 
Sgt. Roland Boucher 
Sgt. Bernard Flanders 
Sgt. Russell Hartley, Jr. 

Patrolmen : 
Dennis Boucher 
Russell Corbin 
Arthur Heneault 
John Newcomb 
Michael Ogonowski 
Eugene Briggs 

Herbert Currier, Selectman Rep. 

SPECIAL OFFICERS 
Willis Atwood 
David Curran 
Raymond Dupuis 
Capt. Frank Foisie 
Charles W. Herbert 
Gottfried Herkomer 

(continued) 



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SPECIAL OFFICERS (continued) 

Mitchell Kopacz 

David Lyon 

Maurice Nantel 

Herbert Richardson 

Roy Silloway 

John Schnorr 

MATRONS 

Glenn ie Edwards 
Dorothy Hardy 
Joyce Mason 

SCHOOL CROSSING GUARDS 
Charles W. Herbert 
Roy Silloway 

RECREATION DIRECTOR 
Robert Tryon 

RECREATION COMMISSION 
Neal Murpny, Chairman 



INCINERATOR BUILDING COMMITTEE 

William Hayes, Chairman 

Robert Fletcher 

Walter Remeis 

Harry Edwards 

Carol Hubbard 

Frank Foisie 

Robert Grue 

Vincent Roderick 

Charles Bernard 

George Masson 

The Selectmen 



Daniel McNamara, 

Raymond Metrano, 

Freida Atwood (started June) 

John Richardson (until Nov.) 



(until Dec.) 
Vice-Chrman. 1978 
Jr. (until June) 

1980 



Peter Flynn, Selectman Rep. 

SENIOR CITIZENS 
Albert Barton, President 
John Forsey, Vice-President 
Sophie Barton, Treasurer 
Edward Perkins, Secretary 

Herbert Currier, Selectman Rep. 



STREET LIGHTING COMMITTEE 
Donald Viera, 1978 
Larry Major, 1978 

Nathan Boutwell, Selectman Rep. 

TRUSTEES OF THE TRUST FUNDS 
Henry Seamans, Sr. (deceased) 
Ruth Richardson, Treasurer 1979 
Norman Lawrence, 1980 



TOWN OF PELHAM 
THE STATE OF NF.W HAMPSHIRE 

WARRANT 

1978 TOWN MEETING 

To the inhabitants of the Town of Pelham, in the County of 
Hillsborough and State of New Hampshire, qualified to vote in 
town affairs: 

You are hereby notified that the annual meeting; of the Town 
of Pelham will be held at the Memorial School on Marsh Road in 
said Pelham on Tuesday, March 14, 1978 at 10:00 o'clock in the 
forenoon for the choice of town officers elected by official 
ballot and other action required to be inserted on said official 
ballot. The polls for the election of town officers and other 
action required to be inserted on said ballot will open on said 
date at 10:00 o'clock in the forenoon and will close not earlier 
than 8:00 o'clock in the evening. 

You are hereby notified that the second session of the 
annual meeting^ of the Town of Pelham will be held at the Memorial 
School on Marsh Road in said Pelham on Thursday, March 16, 1978 
at 7:30 o'clock in the evening to act on the matters not to be 
voted upon by official ballot. 

Article 1 : To choose all necessary town officials for the year 
ensuing. (BY BALLOT) 

Article 2: Shall we adopt the new provisions of Revised Statutes 
Annotated (RSA) 72:43-c relative to expanded exemptions on real 
estate for the elderly, chanpcing the eligibility requirement that 
a person may own no more than S35,000.00 in assets of any kind to 
a requirement that a person may own no more than S50,000.00 in 
assets of any kind? (BY BALLOT) (Budget Committee Approved) 

Article 3 : Shall we adopt the new provisions of RSA 72:43-b rel- 
ative to expanded exemptions on real estate for the elderly, chang- 
ing the basis of the exemption from the enualized valuation to the 
actual assessed valuation? (BY BALLOT) (Budget Committee Approved) 

Article 4 : To hear the reports of auditors, agents, and other 
committees heretofore chosen and pass any votes relating thereto. 

Article 5 : To see if the Town will vote to authorize the prepay- 
ment of taxes and authorize the Tax Collector to accept payments 
in prepayment of taxes, such authorization to remain in effect 
until rescinded. 

Article fi : To see if the Town will authorize the Selectmen and 
Town Treasurer to borrow, in anticipation of taxes, such sums as 
may be necessary to meet the obligational expenses of the Town,' 
all as provided for in Revised Statutes Annotated (RSA) 33:7. 

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Article 7 : (By Petition) 

To see if the Town of Pelham will vote to authorize the Pelham 
Conservation Commission to retain the unexpended portion of its 
1978 appropriation; said funds to be places in a special con- 
servation fund in accordance with RSA 36-A:5 (Budget Committee 

Disapproved) 

Article 8 ; To see if the Town will vote to place any unexpended 
balance left in the 1978 Fire Department appropriation at the end 
of the year in the Capital Reserve Fund established for the pur- 
pose of purchasing; a fire truck. (Budget Committee Approved) 

Article 9 : To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate 
the sum of $8,386. for new equipment and apparatus for the firemen 
and trucks of the Pelham Fire Department (Budget Committee Approv.) 

Article 10 : (By Petition) 

To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of 
S6,400. (sixty-four hundred dollars) for the purchase of a "Hurst 
Tool". Said tool to be under the control of the Fire Department. 

(Budget Committee Disapproved) 

Article 11 : (By Petition) 

To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of 
S .25 per capita, or a total of Si, 850. 00 for the support of the 
Nashua Regional Planning Agency, as authorized by New Hampshire 
RSA 36:49. (Budget Committee Disapproved) 

Article 12 : To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate 
the sum of 34,000.00 for the purpose of assisting the Greater 
Salem Mental Health Association as authorized by New Hampshire 
RSA 126-B, as amended, or take any other action relative thereto. 
(Budget Committee Approved) 

Article 13 : To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate 
the sum of S .75 per capita, or a total of S7,050.00 for the pur- 
pose of aiding the Merrimack Valley Home Health Care Association 
as authorized by the New Hampshire RSA 32, as amended, or take any 
other action relative thereto. (Budget Committee Approved) 

Article 14 : To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate 

the sum of $1,348.41 as the Town's share of Town Road Aid, the 

State to contribute $8,989.39 as the State's share as provided by 
law. (Budget Committee Approved) 

Article 15 ; To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate 
the sum of $665 for improving the road and adding new facilities 
at Camp Alexander. (Budget Committee Approved) 

Article 16 ; (By Petition) 

To see if the Town will vote to remove and combine present existing 
trust funds, one, the sum of $3,622.00 (trust fund established in 
1966 for parks and playgrounds) and the sum of $3,275.00 (established 
in 1972 for recreation department buildings) for the purpose of 
capital improvements to the Town's municipal bathing area. (Budget 
Committee submits without recommendation) 



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Articl e 17 : To see if the Town will vote to appropriate and auth- 
orize the Pelham Senior Citizens to expend $25,000 in State and/or 
Federal grants for the construction of an addition to the Hobhs 
House. No portion of said 325.000 shall be raised by local taxes. 
(Budget Committee Disapproved) 

Article 18 : (By Petition) 

To see if the Town will vote to authorize the construction of an 
addition to the Hobbs House at a cost of Sl4,095.00, all in accord- 
ance with plans submitted to the State Council on Ag:in^, the cost 
of such construction to be paid by funds already raised by the 
Pelham Senior Citizens Club Inc. and a grant made available to the 
Pelham Senior Citizens Club Inc. by the New Hampshire Council on 
Aging. (Budget Committee Disapproved) 

Article 19 : (By Petition) 

To see if the Town will vote to place any unexpended balance left in 
the 1978 Cemetery Appropriation at the end of the year into a capi- 
tal maintenance fund for the upkeep of any and all cemetery property. 
(Budget Committee Disapproved) 

Article 20 : To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate 
the sum of $3,021.83 for the purpose of erecting a fence at the 
Gibson Cemetery. (Budget Committee Approved) 

Article 21 : To see if the Town will authorize the withdrawal of 
$5,288.17 from the Gibson Cemetery Fence Trust Fund for the purpose 
of erecting a fence at the Gibson Cemetery. (Budget Committee 
Approved ) 

Article 22 : To see if the Town will vote to appropriate the $1,500. 
used for the deposit on Camp Alexander to pay on the principal of the 
notes on Camp Alexander. (Budget Committee Approved) 

Article 23 : To see if the Town will vote to appropriate the addi- 
tional Highway Funds received from the State pursuant to l^A 241:15 
for the reconstruction projects listed below. No portion of said 
$20,105.21 shall be raised by local taxes. 
Greely Rd. 2/lO mile $2,957.00 

Simpson Mill Rd. 4/lO mile 5,736.00 

Hayden Rd. 3/ 10 mile 3,548.00 

Completion of Wharf Rd. 7,864.21 

TOTAL $20,105.21 

(Budget Committee Approved) 

Article 24 : To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate 
the sum of 350,000.00 for the purpose of reconstructing a portion 
of Sherburne Road, such appropriation not to be raised by taxes 
or appropriated in the event that the State of New Hampshire does 
not agree to match the $50,000.00 appropriation with State funds 
for the Sherburne Road reconstruction. (Budget Committee Approved) 

Article 25 : (By Petition) 

To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of 
3840 to construct a gravel pedestrian walkway between Spring Street 
and the property of Leighton Fox, over an existing Town right-of- 
way, for use by school children to reach an established bus stop. 
(Budget Committee Disapproved) 

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Article 26 : (By Petition) 

To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of 
35,000 for the purpose of conducting; preliminary eng:ineerinp^ studies 
of alternate emergency vehicle access routes to Spring; St. Extension. 
(Budget Committee Disapproved) 

Article 27 : To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate 
the sum of S5,000.00 to add to the Capital Reserve Fund established 
for the purpose of purchasing a fire truck, or take any other 
action relative thereto. (Budget Committee Approved) 

Article 28 : To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate 
the sum of $5,000.00 to renovate the 1930 Fire Truck. (Budget 
Committee Disapproved) 

Article 29 : To see if the Town will grant the Selectmen the 
authority to auction the 1930 Fire Truck to the highest bidder. 
The proceeds of this sale to be placed in the Fire Truck Capital 
Reserve Fund. (Budget Committee Approved) 

Article 30 : (By Petition) 

To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of 
S2, 285.00 to purchase a Moving Radar for the Pelham Police Depart- 
ment; however, such purchase not to be made unless at least 50% 
reimbursement is provided by the State and/or Federal Agencies, or 
take any other action relative thereto. (Budget Committee Submits 
Without Recommendation) 

Article 31 : To see if the Town will raise and appropriate the sum 
of $5,400 for the purchase and installation of a 15 KW emergency 
generator for the Fire & Police Station. (Budget Committee Appro*- 
ved) 

Article 32 : To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate 
the sum of Si, 325. 00 to purchase a Call-Check Unit for the Pelham 
Police Department; however, such pisrchase not to be made unless 
at least 50% reimbursement is provided by State and/or Federal 
Agencies. (Budget Committee Disapproved) 

Article 33 : (By Petition) 

To see if the Town will vote to appropriate and expend the sum of 
313,000.00 in federal funds granted to the Town under the Housing 
and Community Development Act of 1974 for the following purposes: 

1. The purchase of thirty-six acres, more or less, of land located 
east of Old Lawrence Road for open space and recreation purposes. 
311,500.00 

2. The preparation of a Community Development Plan Summary... 
31,500.00 

No portion of said 313,000.00 shall be raised by local taxes. (Budget 
Committee Approved) 



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Article 54 : To see if the Town will vote to authorize withdrawal 
from the Revenue Sharing Fund established under the provisions of 
the State and Local Assistance Act of 1972 for use as set-offs 
against budget appropriations in the amount indicated S9l, 156.00; 
and, further to authorize the Selectmen to make pro-rata reductions 
in the amounts if estimated entitlements are reduced or take any 
action hereon. (Budget Committee Approved) 

Winter Maintenance S 17, 406 

Interest on Temporary Loans 35,000 

Interest on Notes 5,750 

Principle on Notes 33^000 

TOTAL 391,156 

Article 35 : To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate 
such sums of money as may be necessary to defray Town charges and 
expenses for the ensuing year and make appropriations for the same; 
that is, to see if the Town will vote to accept the Town Budget as 
prepared by the Budget Committee and take action thereon. (See 
budget detail) 

Article 36 ; (By Petition) 

To see if the Town of Pelham will vote to establish a trust fund 
to be used to maintain and fund the Conservation Commission's 
Elm tree insecticide program. The monies to maintain this fund 
to be derived from the sale of Elm Tree insecticide by the Commis- 
sion. (Budget Committee Disapproved) 

Article 37 : (By Petition) 

To see if the Town of Pelham will vote to establish a Capital Re- 
serve Fund to be known as the Pelham Open Space and Recreation 
Land Acquisition and Improvement Capital Reserve Fund for the pur- 
pose of acquiring and improving conservation, recreation, park, 
playground, and/or open space land; and to place in such Capital 
Reserve Fund all funds paid to the Town of Pelham by subdividers 
and land developers as payments in lieu of the subdividers making 
land transfers for such uses, and unless and until this article 
is recinded at subsequent Town meeting, to place in such Capital 
Reserve Fund all funds received from subdividers as payments in 
lieu of land transfers to the Town. (Budget Committee Disapproved) 

Article 38 : (By Petition) 

To see if the Town will vote to guarantee to the Pelham Senior 
Citizens Club Inc. a right of use and occupancy of the Senior Center 
for at least ten years from the date of a grant to the Pelham Senior 
Citizens Club Inc. from the State Council on Aging. 

Article 39 : (By Petition) 

To see if the Town will vote to authorize and direct the Pelham Board 
of Selectmen to lease to Pelham Little League, Inc., 5 Washington St., 
Pelham, N.H. fifteen (l5) acres of land, more or less, located on 
Old Lawrence Road in the Town of Pelham. 

The lease agreement shall include, among others, the following pro- 
visions: ^ 
1. A precise description of the property to be leased. 

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2. A provision providing; for a twenty year lease period, with an 
annual rent of one dollar. 

3. A provision granting; Pelhara Little Leag;ue, Inc. exclusive use 
of the leased property. 

4. A provision limiting; Pelhara Little Leag;ue, Inc.*s use of the 
premises to those recreational, educational, administrative 
and fund raising activities normally conducted by that organi- 
zation. 

5. A provision allowing Pelham Little League to grant temporary 
use of its fields and buildings for other recreational purposes, 
as it deems appropriate. 

6. A provision allowing Pelham Little League Inc. to construct 
and maintain playing and/or practice fields, buildings and 
attendant facilities, such as roads, parking lots, fences and 
signs, as it deems necessary. 

7. A provision requiring Pelham Little League Inc. to bear all 
expenses incurred in constructing and maintaining playing and/ 
or practice fields, buildings, and attendant facilities. 

8. A provision requiring Pelham Little League Inc. to maintain 
liability insurance at its own expense. 

9. A provision to indemnify and hold harmless the Town of Pelham 
of any and all Little League activities conducted on the 
leased property. 

10. Such other provisions as the Board of Selectmen, Pelham Little 
League Inc. and their attorneys deem to be in the best interest 
of both parties. 

Article 40 ; (By Petition) 

To see if the Town will vote to prohibit anyone from distributing 
campaign literature on any property where a town, state or federal 
election is being held. 



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Article 41 : To see if the Town will vote to repeal Warrant 
Article 20 as adopted on March 8, 1976 by the second session 
of the 1976 Annual Town Meeting: and to adopt in its place the 
following; Ordinance: 

ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE ORDINANCE 

Section 1 No person shall consume a liquor or a beverag;e as 
these terms are defined in RSA 175:1 in or on 
(a) Town owned land including; but not being; limited to 
public roads, streets, hig;hways and/or building;s; 
School District owned land or building:s; 
A private parking; lot which is maintained primarily 
for the benefit of paying; customers, but only if 
such lot contains space for parking; at least 50 
automobiles. 



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Section 2 Notwithstanding; the foregoing: section, a person or 
g;roup of persons may consume a liquor or beverag:e as these 
terms are defined in RSA 175:1 in or on Town owned land 
and building;s, except public roads, streets and highways, 
and in or on School District land and buildings, if autho- 
rized to do so by a permit issued by the Board of Selectmen, 
No such permit shall be valid for a period in excess of 
twelve hours. The Board of Selectmen may require as a con- 
dition of the permit that the permittee hire, at the 
permittee's expense, one or more local police officers to 
police the event for which the permit is issued. The Board 
of Selectmen or in the Boards ' s absence, the Chief of Police 
or Acting Chief of Police, may revoke, with or without cause, 
any permit issued pursuant to this section. 

Section 3 Any violation of this ordinance shall be punishable 
by a fine not exceeding 3100,00. 

Section 4 The invalidity of any provision of this ordinance 
shall not invalidate any other provision. 

Section 5 This ordinance shall take effect upon passage. 



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Article 49 : 
Selectmen to 
necessary to 
available to 
funds are to 
Law, Chapter 



To see if the Town will vote to authorize the Board of 
apply for, negotiate and do all things that may be 
obtain such State and/or Federal funds as may be made 
the Town. Notwithstanding the foregoing sentence, such 
be expended only as authorized by the Municipal Budget 
32 of the New Hampshire Revised Statutes Annotated. " 



Given under our hands and the seal of the Town of Pelham this 
fifteenth day of February, 1978. 



A TRU^^ COPY,. ATNiSTi 




Harold V. tyrfd^J^ichai 



rman 



Marianne H. Thojnpsony Viee-Chairmar 

Herbert S. Currter^ 

NatJia4^C. Boutwell 

Peter R. Flynri / 
BOARD OF SKLFICTMEN 




^ 



Harold V. ib^ni 



Mariaifine H. Thomps 
Herbert S. Cifri*! 



., Chairman 
orj, Vic^Chra. 




JjAyicM ^ 



C. Boutwell 




Peter R. Flynn 
BOAI^ OF SELECTMKf 



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Form M-7 



BUDGET FORM (A) FOR TOWNS WHICH HAVE ADOPTED THE 
PROVISIONS OF THE MUNICIPAL BUDGET LAW 

STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE 

DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE ADMINISTRATION 
MUNICIPAL SERVICES DIVISION 




BUDGET OF THE TOWN 



OF 



PELHAM 



N.H. 



Appropriations and Estimates of Revenue for the Ensuing Year January 1, 1978 to December 31, 1978 
or for the Fiscal Year From 19 to 19 



THIS BUDGET MUST BE POSTED WITH THE TOWN WARRANT 



Date Fehruary 1^ 1978 




SECTION I 

PURPOSE OF APPROPRIATION 


APPROPRIATIONS 


BUDGET COMMITTEE 


PREVIOUS 
FISCAL YEAR 


RECOMMENDED 

1978 

(1978-79) 


SUBMITTED 

WITHOUT 

RECOMMENDATION 


GENERAL GOVERNMENT: 














Town Officers' Salaries 


10,300 


00 


10,300 


00 






Town Officers' Expenses 


48.715 


00 


62,428 


50 






Election & Registration Expenses 


1.075 


00 


1,552 


00 






Municipal & District Court Expenses 


1.925 


00 


2,700 


00 






Town Hall & Other Town Buildings 


13.850 


00 


16,670 


00 






Employees' Retirement & Social Security 


11. 9^^ 


00 


12.183 


42 






eoatowDCDodboKok Appraisal of Property 


3.000 


00 


1.500 


00 






Arl re 1 n :• '^^ ^. r a 1 1 ve A s s i s t ant 


10,000 


00 










PROTECTION OF PERSONS & PROPERTY: 














Police Department 


206.718 


00 


215.281 


00 






Fire Department 


18,580 


00 


25,675 


00 






qg^^es^vTms Do^ Officer 


10.970 


00 


13.690 


00 






Insurance 


22,000 


00 


30.258 


00 






Planning & Zoning 


6M2 


00 


5.710 


00 






Damages & Legal Expense 


10.000 


00 


5,000 


00 






Civil Defense 


1*200 


00 


1.200 


00 






HEALTH DEPT. (Incl. Hospitals & Ambulance) 


100 


00 


100 


00 






Vital Statistics 


100 


00 


100 


00 






SotSffixMadKteDoxx Salem Mental Health 


J^.OOO 


00 


4. 000 


00 






Town Dump & Garjjage Removal 


i^5.750 


00 


31.900 


00 






HIGHWAYS & BRIDGES: 


5.000 


00 


7.000 


00 






Town Maintenance - Summer & Winter & Resealing 


175, y 00 


00 


217,485 


ou 






Street Lighting 


14. 550 


00 


14. 550 


00 






General Expenses of Highway Department 


3,000 


00 


3.000 


00 






Town Road Aid 


1.347 


68 


1.348 


4i 






LIBRARIES: 


32.309 


00 


29.205 


00 






PUBLIC WELFARE: 














Town Poor 


5.000 


00 


4,000 


00 






Old Age Assistance 


4,000 


00 


6.000 


00 






Aid to Permanently & Totally Disabled 


25 


00 


25 


00 






PATRIOTIC PURPOSES (Memorial Day, Etc.) 


500 


00 


500 


00 






RECREATION 


22,400 


00 


26,160 


00 






PUBLIC SERVICE ENTERPRISES: 


4.000 


00 


6,810 


00 






\tobckJdcWxJeK3Q(fitoQ4KtJcaaSi^ Senior Citizens 


8.722 


00 


5.652 


00 






Cemeteries 


8.500 


00 


18,215 


00 






AXa&MK Merrimack Valley Home Health 


6.189 


00 


7.050 


00 






Advertising & Regional Associations 


1.352 


00 





00 






DEBT SERVICE: 














Principal & Long Term Notes & Bonds 


33.000 


00 


33,000 


00 






Interest - Long Term Notes & Bonds 


5.750 


00 


5.750 


00 






Interest on Temporary Loans 


17.000 


00 


35.000 


00 






CAPITAL OUTLAY (List Below): 














Incinerator 


yrS.ooo 


00 










Land Purchase (Koehler) 


2.000 


00 










CETA Appraiser 


9.000 


00 










HUD 


10,000 


00 










Call Check Unit 


1.221 


00 










Sherburne Road 


50.000 


00 


50, 000 


00 






Gibson Fence 


2.500 


00 


ft, ^\0 


nn 






Purchase 36 Acres of Land 






13.000 


00 






Road Repair at Camp 






66'^ 


00 






Payment to Capital Reserve Funds 














Fire Truck 


5.000 


00 


5,ooc 


00 






Fire Apparatus & Equipment 






B,386 


00 






15 KW Generator 






5.40C 


00 






Movinf^ Radar 










2.28^ 


00 


TOTAL APPROPRUTIONS 


1,432, 854-. 


68 


951,959.3: 


2,28^ 


00 



W-iO 



i 



SECTION II 

SOURCES OF REVENUE 


ESTIMATED 
REVENUE 
PREVIOUS 

FISCAL YEAR 


ACTUAL 
REVENUE 
PREVIOUS 
FISCAL YEAR 


ESTIMATED 

REVENUE 

FISCAL YEAR 

1978 

fl978-79^ 


FROM STATE: 














Interest & Dividends Tax 


13.000 


00 


19,832 


11 


19,000 


00 


Railroad Tax 














Savings Bank Tax 


3,600 


00 


k,k72. 


41 


4,500 


00 


Meals & Rooms Tax 


^9,000 


00 


64;00i^ 


53 


60,000 


00 


St3(toAcsbc3*xtocfeitoi^^ Sewer Study 


12.000 


00 





00 


12.000 


00 


Highway Subsidy (Q. IV & V) 


33.000 


00 


33.160 


89 


31.000 


00 


Reimbursement Forest Conservation Aid 


650 


00 


737 


1^ 


700 


00 


Reimbursement A/C Flood Control Land 














Reim. A/C Business Profits Tax (Town Portion) 


39.000 


00 


^0.8i^7 


40 


42.000 


00 


Police A/G 


2.250 


00 


699 


20 





00 


Add'l Highway Subsidy 





00 





00 


17.728 


00 


FROM LOCAL SOURCES: 














Dog Licenses & Other Fees 


1.800 


00 


2.307 


35 


7.500 


30 


Business Licenses, Permits & Filing Fees 


6.600 i 


)0 


10.732 


^5 


6.600 


00 


Motor Vehicle Permit Fees 


110.000 


00 


166.690 


50 


145.000 


00 


Interest on Taxes & Deposits 


25.000 


00 


39.922 


53 


30.000 


00 


Income from Trust Funds 





00 





00 





00 


Withdrawal Capital Reserve Funds 





00 


29,031 


29 


'^ ?,S^ 


-17- 


Parking Meter Income 












Fines & Forfeits - Municipal & District Court 


5,700 


00 


6.995 


00 


8,000 


00 


National Bank Stock Taxes 














Resident Taxes Retained 


i;8,600 


00 


24-7,980 


00 


48,000 


00 


Normal Yield Taxes Assessed 


700 


00 


525 


00 


500 


00 


Rent of Town Property 





00 


220 


00 


200 


00 


Sale of Town Property 


1,000 


00 





00 


1.000 


00 


Income from Departments 


18.000 


00 


13.861 


50 


14. 000 


00 




1.500 


00 


1.560 


00 


1.500 


00 
















Income from Municipal Utilities 














Bond & Note Issues (Contra) 




























SURPLUS 














FROM FEDERAL SOURCES: HUD 


10.000 


00 


10.000 


00 


13.000 


00 


Revenue Sharing 


75,000 


00 


-69-^03 


00 


^1.156 


00 


GETA Title VI/HHDA/EDA 


40.000 


00 


m;W 


63 


30,500 


00 


*TOTAL REVENUES FROM ALL SOURCES 












1 


EXCEPT PROPERTY TAXES 


^96.400 


00 


1,171,781 


93 


5&9, IT2 


\ n 
















AMOUNT TO BE RAISED BY PROPERTY TAXES 

(Exclusive of County and School Taxes) 










362,787 


16 


TOTAL REVENUES 










951,959 


33 


♦Total estimated "Revenues from all sources except Property Taxes" deducted from Total "Appropriations recommended by 
Budget Committee" gives estimated "Amount to be raised by Property Taxes," exclusive of County and School Taxes. 

BUDGET OF THE TOWN OF pelham , N.H. 

BUDGET FORM (A) FOR TOWNS WHICH HAVE ADOPTED THE PROVISIONS 

OF THE MUNICIPAL BUDGET LAW 



W-11 




^oarb of Selectmen 



Tel. 635-7811 



TO THE l^FSIDENTS OF PFLIIAM: 

This past yenr has been a busy one for your Board of Selectmen as 
well as one of accomplishment for your Town. 

RECREATION: Parly in the year the purchase of Camp Alexander was 
finalized and the Board of Selectmen, with the support of the Town, 
made plans to utilize this waterfront property. With advice from 
the Recreation Director, Bob Tryon, rules and rejrulations for the 
use of the camp were formulated. Under Bob's capable direction pro- 
grams were set up, the results of which exceeded even our most op- 
timistic projections. Due to this heavy use, the Selectmen autho- 
rized an extension of the season thru Labor Day. This year even 
greater use of this site is planned as discussed in the Recreation 
Commission's report. 

VASTE DISPOSAL : The major project this year for the Selectmen was 
the process which culminated in the opening of Pelham's own waste 
disposal/recycling site on Jan. 7, 1978. This process included grant 
application, reviewing project specifications, fending off a dis- 
gruntled bidder, nutting the project out to bid, awarding the bid to 
the lowest bidder, site preparation, appointment of and working with 
an Incinerator Committee, negotiating with archeologists and contrac- 
tors to minimize delays and cost impact, ir^creasing the use of local 
labor on the job setting up contingency plans in the event the 
incinerator opening was delayed beyond the expiration of our landfill 
contract, setting up regulations for the use of the waste disposal 
site, etc. At the time of this report one burning unit of the waste 
disposal facility is handling the trash of Pelham's residents without 
difficulty. Tfforts are now under way to get the second burner opera- 
tional, to correct all existing deficiencies and to add a protective 
structure over the incinerators. It is anticipated that the entire 
nroject, funded 100':o by Federal Funds, will be complete by the end of 
March . 

HI ALTH : The Selectmen this year adopted a set of health regulations 
governing septic systems because of continued problems in this area. 
These problems included improper system design and submission of 
erroneous data. The new regulations now require Town approval of all 
systems prior to state approval and if properly and fairly enforced, 
will prevent problems of this nature for our citizens in the future. 
The regulations have been in effect since Dec. 1, 1977 and are func- 
tioning in a smooth manner. 

In addition, because of a void in state law, the Selectmen adopted a 
set of health regulations for massapre parlors. 

Flooding of low lying areas within Pelham is an area of concern for 
many of our residents. The Board of Selectmen are presently studying 



the problem to determine wliat the causes of flooding: may be (Draciit 
Dam, beaver dams, obstructions, etc.) and once known, what, if any, 
corrective action can be taken. Citizens in flood prone areas 
should obtain flood insurance for their protection. If your land is 
in an area designated as "flood plain" then you may obtain Federally 
subsidized flood insurance. The firm of Anderson-Nichols Kngineerinp;: 
is presently developinp: a final version of Pelham's flood plain map 
with completion expected several months from now. 

TAXES : Town government in Pelham continues to be a bargain as seen 
by the tax rate chart on page 8. While the cost of operating the 
Town has increased steadily, the cost to the taxpayer has remained 
relatively fixed (your 1977 town tax rate of S7.60" is only 30.40 
higher than in 1972 and the town tax rate has been relatively con- 
stant for the last 6 years) due to increased revenues from federal 
and local sources. The Board of Selectmen consider the maintenance 
of a low town tax rate as one of their primary goals and towards this 
end have initiated efforts for forward planning with the intent of 
anticipating extraordinary costs and needs and minimizing their effecdts 
on your taxes. As part of this effort, the Selectmen have requested 
that department heads provide a five year projection of their depart- 
ment needs. Because the Selectmen's time was taken up by so many 
items requiring their immediate and ongoing attention, not much head- 
way was made this year. However, a basis has been established and 
hopefully, this project will be continued and ex-panded so that a 
clearer view of the direction of the Town of Pelham may be developed. 

TAX MAP : The tax map is finally complete and will be an invaluable 
tool for the Town. A photo reduced copy is provided on the inside 
back cover of this report. 

CKTA : This year, in addition to obtaining funding for useful em- 
ployee positions for the Town under Title II, the Town has been 
awarded S61,350.00 in funding under Title VI. These funds are being 
used to pay for six workers who will be employed about Town for 
maintenance-type projects. Some of the projects already undertaken 
include painting the doors at the fire/police station, painting and 
repairing the window units at the Town Hall, construction of a 
storage area in the Town Hall, assistance at the waste disposal site 
and preparing a picnic area at the Golden Brook Recreation Area. 

MISCFLLANf -OUS : The Selectmen have been involved in many other areas 
some of which are listed below: 

Conducting interviews for Town personnel such as assessor, la- 
borers, records clerk, administrative assistant, etc. 

Resolving citizen complaints where able or acting as an inter- 
mediary. 

Preparing and reviewing budget requests. 

Zoning and building code enforcement by providing backing for our 
building inspectors and taking action as required. 

Work with the Library and Cemetery Trustees in order to comply 
with the state audit requests and a new state law requiring all 
costs to be paid through the Selectmen's office. 

PFSLIIAM BOARD OF SFLIICTMFN 
Harold V. Lynde, Jr. , Chairman 
Marianne H. Thompson, V.Chrm. 
Herbert S. Currier 
Nathan C. Boutwell 
Peter R. Flynn 



INVENTORY OF VALUATION 

Valuation of Land S 9,156,955.00 

Buildings 36,336,225.00 

Factory Buildings 308,100.00 

Privately Owned Water Supplies 15,100.00 

Gas Transmission lines-Tenneco, Inc. 131,450.00 

Electric Plants 

Granite State Electric Co. $1,095,100 

N.E. Power Company 716,000 

Public Service Company 60,700 

1,871,800.00 
House Trailers, Personal Property 
Boats (29) ' 4,QQ.^.no 

Total Valuation before Exemptions 47,824,625.00 

Less: Blind Exemptions (4) 14,400.00 

Elderly Exemptions (112) 567,414.00 



Net Valuation on which Tax Rate is Computed 



347,242,811.00 



STATEMENT QF APPROPRIATIONS 

Total Town Appropriations $1,432,854.68 

Less: Revenues and Credits 1,122,695.20 

Net Town Appropriations 310,159.48 

Net School Appropriation 2,391,409.36 

County Tax Assessment 103,649.20 

Total Appropriations 2,805,218.04 

Less: Reimbursement a/c property exempted 40,846.00 

Add: War Service Credits 30,600.00 

Overlay 22,735.85 

Property Taxes to be raised 2,817,707.89 

Less: Actual War Service Credits 30,270.25 

Taxes Committed to Tax Collector 2,787,437.64 

Tax Rate per Thousand Valuation $59.80 



DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE ADMINISTRATION 

SSPARATS TAX R.A.TES TO BE PRINTED ON 1977 TAX BILLS (RSA 76:11, 
11-a, 13) 

TOWN/CITY OF PBLHAM 



UNIT OP GOVERNMENT 


RATE 


Municipal 




.76 


County 




.22 


School 


5 


.00 


























Combined Rate (Non-precinct & Single School 

Districts - Towns or Cities) 


5 


.98 



DEPARTMENT OP REVENUE ADMINISTRATION 
By: Lloyd M. Price, Commissioner 



November 28 



1977 



TAX RATS PER $1,000 VALUATION 





Total 


School 


Town 


County 


1968 


82.00 


65.30 


13.20 


5.50 


1969 


5^.20 


27.70 


;.oo 


1.50 


1970 


$6.80 


29.10 


5.90 


1.80 


1971 


^0.80 


33.^0 


6.00 


1.40 


1972 


^7.90 


39.20 


7.20 


1.50 


1973 


■ 50.00 


39.90 


8.50 


1.60 


197^ 


52.00 


^3.70 


6.80 


1.50 


1975 


57.70 


46.10 


9.60 


2.00 


1976 


56.30 


46.90 


7.10 


2.80 


1977 


59.80 


50.00 


7.60 


2.20 



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CHARTING YOUR TAX DOLLAR 



1977 



HIGHWAYS 
20.9 



GENERAL 

GOVERNMENT 
12.9 



.PLANNING, 
^ ZONING & OTHER 



L4 



POLICE 
AND 
FIRE 
33.0 



INSURANCE 



LIBRARY / 
. 3.5 y^ 


/ 


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CEMETERIES, PARKS, 
PLAYGROUNDS 



10 



DETAILED STATEMENT OF PAYMENTS AND BUDGET ACTION 





.1-Salari€ 


js & Fees 




.6-Equip. 


Rental 








.2-Supplies & Postage 




.7-New 


Equipment 








.3-Utilit3 


.es 




.8 -Expenses 








.4-Gas, Oil, Tires, & 


Tubes .9-Miscellaneous 








.5-Equip. 


Maint. & Repair .10-Special Items 








Appropria- 




Expended 


Selectmen's 


Budget Comm 




tion 1977 




1977 


Requestl978 


Re 


jcommends 


100 








TOWN Ol-'l-TCERS SALARIES 
















John Lavallee 








150.00 










Alrick Hammar 








133.32 










Herbert Gmrrier 


(Selectman #2) 




800.00 




800.00 




800.00 


Harold V. Lynde 


(Chairman) 




900.00 




900.00 




900.00 


Marianne Thompson 


(Selectman #3) 




799.92 




800.00 




800.00 


Nathan Boutwell 


(Selectman #4) 




666.68 




800.00 




800.00 


Peter Flynn 


(Selectman #5) 


$ 


666.68 
4,116.60 




800.00 




800.00 




$ 


4,100.00 


^> 


4,100.00 


$ 


4,100.00 


Tax Collector 




5,000.00 




5,000.00 




5,000.00 




5,000.00 


Town Clerk 




400.00 




400.00 




400.00 




400.00 


Treasurer 




800.00 


799.92 
$ 10.316.52 




800.00 


r 


800.00 




i 


10,300.00 


W 


10,300.00 


10,300.00 


101 


















TOWN 01''i'TCERS EXPENSES 
















.1 




10,920.00 




11,391.77 




25,950.00 




22,170.00 


.2 




1,900.00 




1,662.11 




1,900.00 




1,900.00 


.3 




1,200.00 




1,516.60 




1,300.00 




1,300.00 


.5 




200.00 




27.00 




200.00 




100.00 


.7 




200.00 




80.49 




200.00 




0.00 


.8 




12,000.00 




12,057.48 




12,000.00 




11,000.00 


.9 




350.00 


$ 


664.65 
27,400.10 




350.00 




350.00 




$ 


26,770.00 


^P 


41,900.00 


$ 36,820.00 


102 


















TOWN CLERK 


















.1 




9,500.00 




9,220.00 




10,000.00 




10,000.00 


.2 




500.00 




318.94 




500.00 




500.00 


.3 




200.00 




226.20 




200.00 




200.00 


.5 




50.00 




0.00 




50.00 




50.00 


.8 




515.00 


$ 


264.09 
10,029.23 


*~ 


520.00 
11,270.00 




520.00 




f 


10,765.00 


$" 


11,270;00 


103 


















TAX COLLECTOR 


















.1 




2,900.00 




3,424.60 




4,000.00 




4,000.00 


.2 




1,600.00 




1,326.15 




1,800.00 




1,800.00 


.3 




275.00 




200.71 




275.00 




275.00 


.5 




0.00 




15.50 




0.00 




0.00 


.8 


'I-' 


560.00 
5.335.00 


ct 


483.89 
5,450.85 




562.00 




562.00 


r 


6,637.00 


i- 


6,637.00 


lOU 


















TREASURER 


<i^ 


250.00 


t 


71.45 


$ 


250.00 


^ 


250.00 



11 



Appropria- 
tion 1977 



Expended 
1977 



Selectmen 's 
Requestl978 



105 

BUDGET COMMITTEE 

106 

BUILDING INSPECTORS 

.1 

.2 



107 

TRUST FUNDS 

108 

CONSERVATION COMMISSION 

.1 

.2 

.3 

.6 

.7 
.8 
.10 



109 

WELFARE AGENT 



$ 650.00 $ 625.25 $ 650.00 



4,200.00 
50.00 



4,200.00 
75»00 



$ 4,250.00 $ 4,275.00 



$ 25.00 $ 



300.00 
10.00 
0.00 
0.00 
0.00 
0,00 
0.00 



0.00 



110.00 

172.43 
3.07 

40.00 
0.00 
0.00 
0.00 



5,600.00 

50.00 

$ 5,650.00 

$ 25.00 



300.00 

244.00 

50.00 

0.00 

246.00 

1,109.00 

635.00 



Budget Comm. 
Recommends 



$ 740.00 

5,400.00 

50.00 

$ 5,450.00 

$ 25.00 



225.00 
100.00 
0.00 
0.00 
165.00 
406.50 
290.00 



310.00 J 325.50 $ 2,584.00 * 1,186.50 



.2 

.8 




60.00 
50.00 




0.00 
0.00 




50.00 
50.00 




50.00 
0.00 




$ 


110.00 


$ 


0.00 


i 


100.00 


$ 


50.00 


110 

ELECTIONS & REGISTRATIONS 

.1 

.2 

.8 


$ 


905.00 

20.00 

150.00 

1,075.00 


$ 


955.00 

0.00 
79.06 

1,034.06 




1,295.00 

57.00 

200.00 


, 


1,295.00 
57.00 

200.00 




$ 


1,552.00 


i 


1,552.00 


111 

MUNICIPAL COURT 


$ 


1,925.00 


$ 


1,925.00 


$ 


2,700.00 


$ 


2,700.00 


112 

TOWN HALL & OTHER BLDGS. 

.1 

.2 

.3 

.5 
.8 

.10 




3,200.00 

50.00 

9,000.00 

1,500.00 

100.00 
0.00 




2,189.00 

128.40 

11.975.26 

1,812.10 

44.15 

0.00 




1,500.00 

200.00 

13,125.00 

1,500.00 
100.00 
345.00 




1,500.00 

200.00 

13.125.00 

1,500.00 

0.00 

345.00 




* 


13,850.00 


^ 


16,148.91 


^ 16,770.00 


J 16,670.00 


113 

APPRAISAL OF PROPERTY 


$ 


3,000.00 


$ 


680.63 


$ 


3,000.00 


$ 


1,500.00 


114 

RETIREMENT 


$ 


11,944.00 


$ 11,695.34 


$ 


12,183.42 


$ 


12,183.42 


115 

INDUSTRIAL GOMMISSIOIj 


$ 


250.00 


$ 
1 


0.00 



$ 


100.00 


$ 


0.00 





Appropria- 


Expended 


Selectmen ' s 


Budget Comm. 




tion 1977 


1977 


Requestl978 


Recommends 


200 






POLICE DEPARTMENT 












.1 


4 


15^-^986.00 


149,846.38 


168,763.00 


168,763.00 


.2 




2,100.00 


1,963.00 


2,300.00 


2,300.00 


.3 




1,700.00 


1,800.36 


1,700.00 


1,700.00 


.k 




11,500.00 


14,896.22 


15,000.00 


15,000.00 


.5 




6,000.00 


7,557.00 


6,000.00 


6,000.00 


.7 




9,400.00 


9,978.67 


10,637.00 


10,091.00 


.8 




3,^95.00 


2,784.60 


3,495.00 


3,^95.00 


.9 




110.00 


120.56 


110.00 


110.00 


.10 


f^ 


15,722.00 

206,718.00 


14,664.10 
$203,611.39 


7,822.00 


7,822.00 




$215,827.00 


$215,281.00 


202 












DOG OFFICER 












.1 




3,720.00 


3.589.89 


8,640.00 


8,640.00 


.5 




0.00 


0.00 


250.00 


250.00 


.7 




500.00 


500.00 


250.00 


250.00 


.8 




6,750.00 


7,321.00 


4,550.00 


4,550.00 




$ 


10,970.00 


$ 11,410.89 


$ 13,690.00 


$ 13,690.00 


203 












FIRE DEPARTMENT 












.1 




12,730.00 


14,269.13 


18,000.00 


18,000.00 


.2 




1,200.00 


451 . 05 


1,400.00 


1,400.00 


.3 




650.00 


728.66 


650.00 


650.00 


.^ 




1,000.00 


714.32 


1,500.00 


1,500.00 


.5 




1,200.00 


2,235.18 


3,300.00 


2,825.00 


.7 




200.00 


383.60 


0.00 


0.00 


.8 




500.00 


273.13 


100.00 


100.00 


.9 




500.00 


143.91 


200.00 


200.00 


.10 


$" 


600.00 
18,580.00 


112.00 


.1,000.00 


1,000.00 




$ 19,310.98 


$ 26,150.00 


$ 25,675.00 


204 












BOARD OF ADJUSTI^ENT 












.1 




350.00 


278.64 


350.00 


350.00 


.2 




220.00 


349.27 


300.00 


300.00 


.3 




10.00 


0.00 


10.00 


10.00 


.8 


f 


420.00 
1,000.00 


567.35 
$ 1,195.26 


550.00 

$ 1,210.00 


550.00 




$ 1,210.00 


205 












PLANNING BOARD 












.1 




1,500.00 


1,659.27 


1,800.00 


1,800.00 


.2 




430.00 


500.40 


730.00 


500.00 


.3 




100.60 


88.12 


100.00 


100.00 


.7 




500.00 


268.63 


500.00 


0.00 


lj.8 


w 


2,932.00 


2,899.27 
$ 5^15.69 


2,332.00 


2,100.00 




5,462.00 


$ 5,462.00 


$ 4,500.00 


'206 












INSURANCE 


$ 


22,000.00 


$ 24,253.75 


$ 30,258.00 


$ 30,258.00 


!, 

207 












^^EGAL EXPENSES 


$ 


10,000.00 


$ 14,082.40 


$ 10,000.00 


$ 5,000.00 



13 







Appropria- 






tion 


1977 


208 








CIVIL DEFENSE 






.2 






30.00 


.4 






70.00 


.5 






100.00 


.7 






700.00 


.8 






100.00 


.9 






200.00 




$ 1, 


,200.00 


209 








REGIONAL 


PLANNING 


$ 1, 


,352.00 



HEALTH DEPARTMENT 



Expended Selectmen's Budget Gomm, 

1977 Request 1978 Recommends 





352.70 




100.00 




100.00 




191.13 




100.00 




100.00 




284.98 




200.00 




200.00 




119.70 




600.00 




600.00 




15.00 




100.00 




100.00 




32.50 
996.01 




100.00 




100.00 


* 


^ 


1,200.00 


* 


1,200.00 



$ 1,352.00 $ 1,352.00 $ 1,352.00 $ 



0.00 



$ 100.00 $ 100.00 $ 200.00 $ 100.00 



301 

SALEM MENTAL HEALTH 



$ 4,000.00 $ 4,000.00 $ 4,000.00 $ 4,000.00 



302 

MERRIMACK VALLEY HEALTH 



$ 6,189.00 $ 6,189.00 $ 6,189.00 $ 7,050.00 



303 

VITAL STATISTICS 

304 
INCINERATOR 

.1 

.2 
.3 
.4 
.5 
.7 
.8 
.9 
.10 

400 

SUMMER MAINTENANCE 

.1 
.2 

.6 
.9 



401 

WINTER MAINTENANCE 

.1 
.2 

.5 
.6 

.7 
.8 



402 

RESEALING 
.1 
.2 
.6 



$ 100.00 $ 104.50 $ 100.00 $ 100.00 







16,500.00 

200.00 

3,200.00 

13,800.00 

1,000.00 

1,800.00 

5,200.00 

1,800.00 

1,500.00 

$ 45*^000.00 

12,650.00 
17,820.00 

30,965.00 
940.00 

$ 62,375.00 

16,720.00 

18,150.00 

3,740.00 

56,540.00 


12,500.00 
200.00 
3,200.00 
8,000.00 
1,000.00 
1,800.00 
5,200.00 


$ 45,750.00 


$ 45,722.70 

15,460.25 

9,184.48 

25,089.18 


$ 31,900.00 

12,650.00 
12,000.00 
30,965.00 

940.00 


$ 48,000.00 


$ 49,733.91 

19,654.00 

20,704.90 

585.00 

60,938.50 

748.00 

30.80 


$ 56,555.00 

16,720.00 

18,150.00 

3,740.00 

56,5^0.00 


$ 68,000.00 


$102,661.20 

6,338.50 
28,251.-^7 
24,056.00 


$ 95,150.00 
7,095.00 

33,000.00 

25,685.00 


$ 95,150.00 
7,095.00 

33,000.00 
25,685.00 



14 



^^-02 (Cont'd) 
.7 



Appro pria- 
tlon 1977 



Expended 
1977 



132.12 



Selectmen ' s 
Request 1978 



Budget Gomm. 
Recommends 



$ 59,800.00 $ 58,778.09 $ 65,780.00 $ 6^,780.00 



STREET LIGHTING 

^05 

TRA 

il-06 

BRIDGES 

.1 

.2 

.6 



$ 14,550.00 $ 13,614.07 -^ 14,550.00 $ 14,550.00 



$ 1,347.68 -$ 1,347.68 $ 1,348.41 ^ 1,348.41 



271.93 
1,708.50 



$ 5,000.00 $ 1,980.43 



1,550.00 

4, 614.00 

836,00 

^ 7,000.00 



1,550.00 

4,614.00 

836.00 

$ 7,000.00 



500 

LIBRARY 

.1 

.2 

.3 

.5 

.6 

.7 

.8 

.9 
.10 

600 

TOWN POOR 

601 

OLD AGE ASSISTANCE 

700 
MEMORIAL DAY 

701 
SOLDIERS AID 

800 

PARKS & PLAYGROUNDS 

.1 

.2 

.3 

.5 

.7 

.8 

.9 



19,053.00 

797.00 

1,781.00 

459.00 

240.00 

9,143.00 

309.00 

77.00 

250.00 

$ 32,309.00 

$ 5,000.00 



$ 



$ 32,309.00 
$ 1,310.36 



25.00 $ 



0.00 



19,805.00 

831.00 

600.00 

70.00 

240.00 

10,647.00 

350.00 

0.00 

200.00 



$ 4,000.00 $ 5,245.52 $ 6,000.00 



$ 500.00 $ 500.00 $ 



500.00 



^ 4,000.00 



3,481.00 


5,750.00 


120.14 


325.00 


171.20 


125.00 


1,195.04 


285.00 


115.17 


325.00 


0.00 


60.00 


91.20 


0.00 


$ 5,173.75 


$ 6,870.00 



18,620.00 

831.00 

600.00 

164.00 
270.00 
8,170.00 
350.00 
0.00 
200.00 



$ 32,867.00 $ 29,205.00 
$ 5,000.00 '^ 4,000.00 



$ 6,000.00 
$ 500.00 



25.00 $ 



25.00 



5,750.00 

325.00 

125.00 

285.00 

325.00 

0.00 

0.00 

$ 6,810.00 



15 





Appropria 


,- 




Expended 


Selectmen 


•s 


Budget Coinm/ 




tion 1977 




1977 


Request 1978 


Recommend 


.s 


801 








RECREATION COMMISSION 
























.1 




16,780. 


00 




16,6^1-2.72 




20,800. 


00 




20,800. 


00 


.2 




310. 


00 




861.30 




250. 


00 




250. 


00 


• 3 




^60. 


00 




5^0.81 




275. 


00 




275. 


00 


.ij- 




150. 


00 




0.00 




0. 


00 




0. 


00 


. 5 




500. 


00 




0.00 




250. 


00 




250. 


00 


.6 




800. 


00 




1,210.30 




1,200. 


00 




600. 


00 


.7 




1,200. 


00 




6i+7.19 




1.175. 


00 




1.175. 


00 


.8 




200. 


00 




175.00 




265. 


00 




265. 


00 


.9 




100. 


00 




32.46 




100. 


00 




100. 


00 


.10 




2,000. 


,00 


1,705.23 
$ 21,815.01 




2^445. 


00 




2,^5. 


00 




$ 


22,^00. 


00 


$ 26,760. 


00 


$ 26,160. 


00 


803 
























SENIOR CITIZENS 
























.1 




3,720. 


,00 




2,445.00 




3,120. 


00 




3.120. 


,00 


.2 




650. 


,00 




505.05 




650. 


00 




650. 


,00 


.3 




192. 


,00 




200.72 




222. 


00 




222. 


,00 


.k 




0. 


,00 




0.00 




1,000. 


00 




0. 


,00 


.5 




100. 


,00 




120.64 




100. 


00 




100. 


,00 


.8 




2,860. 


,00 




1,792.20 




1,560. 


00 




1,560. 


,00 


.9 




1,200. 


,00 


$ 


308.01 
5.371.62 




0. 


00 


i 


0. 

5,652. 


,00 




$ 


8,722. 


,00 


$ 


6,652. 


,00 


,00 


900 
























CEMETERIES 
























.1 














9,500. 


00 




8,500. 


,00 


.2 














1,410. 


,00 




1,410. 


,00 


.3 














30, 


,00 




30. 


,00 


.4 














250. 


,00 




200. 


,00 


.5 














750. 


,00 




750. 


,00 


.6 














2,050. 


,00 




2,050. 


.00 


.7 














1.750. 


,00 




1,750. 


,00 


.8 














25. 


,00. 




25. 


,00 


.9 














2,000. 


,00 




1,500. 


,00 


.10 














2,000. 


,00 


i 


2,000. 
18,215. 


.00 




$ 


8,500. 


.00 


i 


7,516.41 


^ 


19,765. 


.00 


,00 


1000 
























INT. ON TEMP. LOANS 


$ 


17,000. 


.00 


$ 


11,275.83 


$ 35,000. 


.00 


$ 35,000. 


.00 


1001 
























INTEREST ON NOTES 


$ 


5.750. 


,00 


$ 


5,730.00 


$ 


5.750. 


.00 


$ 


5.750. 


.00 


1002 
























PRINCIPAL ON NOTES 


$ 33,000. 


,00 


$ 33,000.00 


$ 33,000. 


.00 


$ 33,000. 


,00 


1100 
























RECONSTRUCTION 


$ 


2,000. 


,00 


$ 


2,581.81 


$ 10,991. 


.00 


$ 


0. 


.00 


1101 
























ENGINEERING FEES 


^ 

? 


1,000. 


,00 


$ 


1,937.90 


$ 


2,000. 


.00 


$ 


2,000, 


,00 


1200 
























CAPITAL RESERVE FUND 


$ 


5,000. 


,00 


$ 


5,000.00 
16 


$ 


5,000, 


.00 


$ 


5,000. 


,00 



Appropria- Expended Selectmen's 
tlon 1977 1977 Request 1978 

SPECIALS 

Administrative Assistant $ 10,000.00 $.10,000.00 

Land Purchase (Koehler) $ 2,000.00 $ 2,000.00 

CETA Appraiser $ 9,000.00 $ 9,000.00 

HUD $ 10,000.00 $ 0.00 

Call Check Unit $ 1,221.00 $ .00 

Sherburne Road $ 50,000.00 $ 0.00 $ 50,000.00 

Gibson Fence $ 2,500.00 $ 2,500.00 $ 3,021.83 

Purchase JS Acres $ 13,000.00 

Road Repair at Camp $ 665. 00 

Fire Apparatus & Equip. $ 8^5^-00 

15 KW Generator ^ % 5*^00*00 

$^5^,854.68 i"8l4,655.86 $999,165.66 
Encumbered Monies 5 9, 980. 00 

$'874, 635. 86 

Carry Overs into 1978 = $10l<',276.00 

eda account 

total grant $578,000.00 

expended $325, 309. 8^1- 

BALANCE $252,690. 16 

Submitted without Recommendation: Moving Radar $2,285.00 



Budget Gomm. 
Recommends 



$ 50,000.00 

$ 3,021.83 

$ 13,000.00 

$ 665.00 

$ 8,386.00 

^ 5,400.00 
$9^6,471.16 



17 



PELHAM MUNICIPAL COURT 
Pelham, N.H. 

The following cases were handled by the Pelham Municipal Court 
during the calendar year ending December 31st, 1977: 

Motor vehicle violations 547 

Contributing to delinquency of a minor 2 

Possession of a controlled drug 7 

Knowingly present where controlled drug was kept 1 

Issuimg bad check 4 

Willful concealment of merchandise 9 

Assault and simple assault 20 

Theft by unauthorized taking 10 

Leash law (Town Ordinance) 35 

Failure to procure dog license 4 

Burglary or attempted burglary 10 

Receiving stolen property 6 

Possession of a slug 1 

Illegal parking 1 

Building without permit 1 

Prohibited sales 1 

Following too close 1 

Robbery 1 

Resisting arrest 4 

Spillage (truck) 1 

Criminal trespass 7 

Drunk and disorderly 1 

Intoxication 1 

Aggravated devious sexual assault 1 

Deviate sexual relations 1 



Total 677 

Small claims 85 

Juvenile cases 27 



Respectfully Submitted: J.Albert Lynch, Justice 

Fdwin M. llartz, Clerk 



18 



TREASURER'S REPORT 



CUMULATIVE THRU DECEMBER 31,1977 



Received From: 



Town Clerk 

Motor Vehicle 
Dog License 
Filing Fees 



Tax Collector: 
Yield Tax 

1976 Property Tax 

1977 Property Tax 
Interest 
Resident Tax 
Resident Interest 
Tax Sales Redemptions 
Tax Redemptions Interest 



State of New Hampshire: 

Interest & Dividend Tax 

Crime Commission 

Bank Tax 

Forestry 

Rooms & Meals 

Business Profit 

Highway Safety 



Local Sources: 

Town Welfare 
Licenses & Permits 
Earned on Deposits 
Municipal Court 
Planning Board 
Board of Adjustment 
Recreation 
Checklist 
Copy Machine 
Sale of Zoning 
Cemetery Fee 
Timber Tax 
Sale of Town Maps 
Sale of Stamps 



$166,690.50 

2,135.55 

18.00 



$168,844.05 



612.90 

352,902.26 

2,410,710.54 

10,655.57 

41,400.00 

749.60 

77,213.79 

10,093.92 



$2,904,338.58 



19,832.11 

699.20 

4,472.41 

737.14 

64,004.53 

40,847.40 

33,160.89 



4,243.01 

10,714.45 

18,423.44 

6,995.00 

1,227.00 

725.00 

1,170.00 

12.50 

103.15 

165.32 

150.00 

1,025.40 

1.50 

4.89 



'$163,753.68 



$44,960.66 



19 



TOTAL CURRENT REVENUES 

Receipts From Other Sources: 
Tax Note 

Federal Grants: 

Revenue Sharing 

Revenue Sharing Interest 

CETA (P) 

CETA (T) 

PROJECT EDA 



Appropriation Credits: 
Police Department 
Ambulance Service 



TOTAL OTHERS: 

TOTAL RECEIPTS: 

BALANCE JANUARY 1,1977 

TOTALS 1977 

LESS EXPENSES 

ENDING BALANCE 

Retirement Fund 
Tax Map 

Revenue Sharing 

CD'S 

Checking Account G/F PR 
Checking Account EDA 

BALANCE OF PROOF 



$3,281,896.97 



$690^85.00 $690,585.00 



69,408.00 

1,702.00 

'3,545.72 

16,828.91 

346,420.00 



$437,904.63 



6,690.76 
54.00 



$6,744.76 
$1,135,234.39 
$4,417,131.36 
$1,106,941.02 
$5,524,072.38 
$4,216,087.33 
$1,307,985.05 



$1,497.00 
$9,000.00 

204.01 



$1,276,173.88 
21,110.16 

$1,307,985.05 



20 



EXHIBIT A 

TCV^N OF PELHAM 

General Fund 

Richard P. Gudek , Treasurer 

Period January 1,1977 to December 31,1977 
Statement of Account and Proof of Balance 



Balance January 1,1977 
Receipts During Period 
Expenditures During Period 

Balance-December 31,1977 



$1,106,941.02 
$4,417,131.36 



$5,524,072.38 
4,216,087.33 



$ 1,307,985.05 



PROOF OF BALANCE 
Balance in the Pelham Bank and Trust Company & 
Rockingham County Trust, Salem, New Hampshire 

Per Statement December 1977 $1,136,170.94 



Less: Outstanding Checks 



783,165.31 
353,005.63 



Add: On Deposit in Pelham Bank & Trust Co. & 

Rockingham County Trust Co. 944,278.41 

1,297,284.04 

Add : Account Held by the Pelham Bank and 

Trust and the Rockingham County Trust 
Company. 



Retirement Fund 
Tax Map 
Revenue Sharing 



$ 1,497.00 

9,000.00 

204.01 



Reconciled Balance - December 31,1977 



$1,307,985.05 



21 



TOWN OF: PELHAM 



SCHEDULE OF T0I-7N PROPERTY 
As of December 31, 1977; June 30, 1978 



(Give value on basis of cost. If no records have been kept, make earful inven- 
tory and appraisal of all property belonging to the Town.) 



DESCRIPTION 



VALUE 



1. Town Hall, Lands and Buildings 



102 



OOP 

!ooo 



Furniture and Equipment 



2» Libraries, Lands and Buildings 



_2S 



86 1 000 



Furniture and Equipment 



19 i QQQ 



Police Department, Lands and Buildings 



noiooo 



Equipment 



201000 



Parking Meters 



-a 



4. Fire Department, Lands and Buildings (Old Fi rf> Station) 



Equipment 



-2a 

iin 



4^oa 



OOP 



5. Highway Department, Lands and Buildings 



XL 



Equipment 



IPiPPP 



Materials and Supplies 



1 ! 5 00 



6. Parks , Commons and Playgrounds 



155! OOP 



7. Water Supply Facilities, if owned by Town 



H 



8. Electric Light Plant, if owned by Town 



JQ. 



9. Sewer Plant & Facilities, if owned by Town 



XL 



10. Schools, Lands and Buildings 



5-3344-544. 



E quipment 



815 ! ^^OQ 



11. Airports, if owned by Town 



I 7 - , 

12. All Lands and Buildings acquired through Tax Collector's 



_a 



deeds (Give assessed valuation of property so taken 



listing each piece separately) 



Hilton Development Inc. (Parkland~^lllP-S6PP;Lot 5C 



35.850 



fl.SOP; Lot #64wS95Q; Lots 87,88,89 &- Water System- 



Conte (Gireeley Rd.-S2.6PP) 



13. All other Property and equipment: (Give description) 



33 acres for Water Study U14,5UU;, Civil Defense 



390! 828 



equ ip men t ( 12 ^OPP) ,^Recr eat i on Egui^^ 
Dog Pound (S8;PPP7, Gravel TTr^(S55tD,Trbbbs House 
(S51, 778), Incinerator Equipment ($11, OOP), Incinera- 
tor (S3PP,PPP) T^TAT 



TLsp^jss^ 



22 




(EatnmteBtonrr 



i^partmrnt uf Spupuuf Aimintfitratinn 

(Hattrorb. D33D1 



Municipal Services Division 
Frederick E. Laplante 

Director 



November 9, 1977 



SUMMARY OF FINDINGS AND RECOMMENDATIONS 



Board of Selectmen 

Town Office 

Pelham, New Hampshire 

Gentlemen: 



03076 



Submitted herewith is the report of the annual examination and audit 
of the accounts of the Town of Pelham for the fiscal year ended December 31, 
1976, which was made by this Division in accordance with the vote of the Town. 
Exhibits as hereafter listed are included as part of the report. 

One of these audit reports must be given to the Town Clerk for 
retention as part of the permanent town records. 

SCOPE OF AUDIT 

Included in the examination and audit were the accounts and records 
of the Board of Selectmen, Treasurer, Tax Collector, Town Clerk, Cemetery 
Trustees, Public Library Trustees, Municipal Court and Trustees of Trust Funds, 



FINANCIAL STATEMENTS 



General Fund: 



Comparative Balance Sheets - December 31, 1975 and December 31, 1976 ; 
(Exhibit A-1) 

Comparative Balance Sheets - General Fund- As of December 31, 1975 
and December 31, 1976, are presented in Exhibit A-1. As indicated therein, the 
current surplus of the Town increased by $10,050 in 1976, from $48,546 to $58,596, 

Analysis of Change in Current Financial Condition : (Exhibit A-2) 

An analysis of change in current financial condition of the Town 
during the year is made in Exhibit A-2, with the factors which caused the 
change indicated therein. These were as follows: 



A- 1 - 



Town of Pelham 



November 9, 1977 



Analysis of Change in Current Financial Condition ; (Exhibit A-2) 
(Continued) 



Increase in Current Surplus ; 

Net Budget Surplus (Exhibit A-4) 

Decreases in Current Surplus ; 

Tax Liens Transferred To Tax Deeds 

Prior Years Accounts Payable Adjustments 



$10,419 



$358 
11 



369 



Net Increase in Current Surplus 



$10,050 



Comparative Statements of Appropriations and Expenditures - Estimated 
and Actual Revenues ; (Exhibits A-3 and A-4) 

Comparative statements of General Fund appropriations and expenditures,' 
estimated and actual revenues for the fiscal year ended December 31, 1976, are 
presented in Exhibits A-3 and A-4. As indicated by the Budget Summary (Exhibit 
A-4), a revenue surplus of $37,340, less an overdraft of appropriations of 
$26,921, resulted in a net budget surplus of $10,419. 

Long-Term Indebtedness ; 

Comparative Balance Sheets - December 31, 1975 and December 31, 1976 ; 
(Exhibit A-5) 

Comparative Balance Sheets of the outstanding long-term indebtedness 
of the Town as of December 31, 1975 and December 31, 1976 are contained in 
Exhibit A-5. As indicated therein the long-term debt increased by $135,500 
during 1976, from $23,500 to $159,000. 

Long-Term notes in the amount of $150,000 were issued during the 
year and principal payments of $14,500 were made on matured debts. 

Statement of Debt Service Requirements ; (Exhibit A-6) 

A statement showing annual debt service requirements (principal and 
interest) as of December 31, 1976, is presented in Exhibit A-6. 



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TREASURER 



General Fund : 

Classified Statement of Receipts and Expenditures ; (Exhibit B-1) 

A classified statement of General Fund receipts and expenditures 
for the fiscal year ended December 31, 1976, made up in accordance with the 
uniform classification of accounts, is included in Exhibit B-1. 

Revenue Sharing Funds : (Exhibit B-2) 

The fiscal activity in the Revenue Sharing Fund account during the 
year is shown in Exhibit B-2. As stated therein, unappropriated funds at 
January 1, 1976 amounted to $80,257. During the year entitlement payments of 
$72,669 were received and $2,367 was derived from investment of idle funds. 
Authorized disbursements of $55,000 were made. Unexpended funds at December 31, 
1976 totaled $100,293. 

AUDIT PROCEDURE 

The accounts and records of all Town officials charged with the 
custody, receipt and disbursement of public funds were examined and audited in 
accordance with generally accepted auditing standards, and accordingly included 
such tests of the accounting records and such other auditing procedures as 
were considered necessary in the circumstances. 

Verification of uncollected and unredeemed taxes were made by 
mailing notices to delinquent taxpayers as indicated by the Collector's records. 
The amounts of uncollected and unredeemed taxes indicated in this report are 
therefore subject to any change which may be necessitated by the return of 
verification notices. 

GENERAL COMMENTS 

Overdrafts of Appropriations and Application of the Municipal Budget Law : 

As indicated in Exhibit A-3, (Comparative Statement of Appropriations 
and Expenditures) budgetary expenditures exceeded total town appropriations in 
1976 and consequently resulted in a net appropriation overdraft of $35,316 
computed as follows: 

Overdrafts of Budgetary Appropriations $54,508 

Unexpended Balances of Budgetary Appropriations 19, 192 

Net Overdraft of Budgetary Appropriations :?35,316 



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I 



In accordance with the provisions of the Municipal Budget Law, R.S.A. 
Chapter 32 (Section 10-a) application was made to the Commissioner of Revenue 
Administration by the Board of Selectmen, with the approval of the Budget 
Committee, to exceed budgetary expenditures. .A certificate of emergency 
authorizing the excess expenditure was issued by the Commissioner of Revenue 
Administration under date of December 30, 1976, 

Hence, the above budgetary expenditures were properly encurred under the 
emergency provisions of Municipal Budget Law. 

Treasurer ; 

Due to incomplete records it was necessary for the auditors to expand the 
examination of the Treasurer's Account to effect a proper reconcilation thereof 
for the fiscal year ended December 31, 1976. In this regard, the Treasurer's 
attention is directed to the provisions of R.S.A. 41:29, which states in part as 
follows: 

"41:29. Duties ...The Town Treasurer shall keep in suitable books 
provided for the purpose a fair and correct account of all sums 
received into and paid from the Town treasury, and of all notes 
given by the town, with the particulars thereof..." 

It is recommended that the Treasurer comply with the foregoing statute by 
maintaining complete and accurate records of monies entrusted to him, in the 
form prescribed by the Commissioner of Revenue Administration. Book balances 
should be reconciled monthly with bank balances. 

Revenue Sharing Funds : 

It is the practice of the Town to commingle Revenue Sharing funds with 
General Funds and invest the latter funds in certificates of deposits with 
the former monies. 

Units of government that commingle Revenue Sharing funds with their other 
funds for investment purposes must maintain accounting records which readily 
permit the identification and verification of interest earned on the Revenue 
Sharing funds so invested. Such interest accrues to and becomes part of the 
Revenue Sharing Fund by operation of Federal law. These requirements were 
brought to the attention of the Treasurer during the course of this examination. 

Escrow Deposits ;. 

The Treasurer does not record receipts and expenditures of escrow deposits 
in the general accounts of the Town. Accountability for these funds is restricted 
to entries in bank pass books. 

Presently each such deposit made is placed in a separate passbook or certif- 
icate of deposit. Interest earnings are ultimately paid to the party making 



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the deposit. 

There are no statutory requirements obliging the Town to pay such interest 
earnings to depositors of such funds. Thus, interest of this nature should be 
retained for the use of the Town. 

Municipal Court : 

Our examination of the Municipal Court records indicate that our past 
recommendations have not been implemented. The Clerk of Court does not 
reconcile book balances with bank balances on a monthly basis, accounting for 
bail transactions which are inadequate and incomplete. 

We again recommend that the Clerk of Court maintain complete and correct 
records of all bail received from and returned to respondents, or transferred 
to other courts. 

Cemetery Trustees ; 

The Trustees of the Cemetery are presently administering funds which 
should be under the control of the Treasurer of the Town, in compliance with 
R.S.A. 41:29. The fund balance of $251.00 at December 31, 1976 should be paid 
over to the Town Treasurer and the Cemetery Trustees checking account closed. 

Income received from the Trustees of Trust Funds for perpetual care expenses 
and the sale of cemetery lots, and all expenditures incurred for the operation 
of the cemetery should be effected thru General Fund accounts. 

Payroll Account : 

The payroll system presently used by the Town is not in compliance with 
the provisions of R.S.A. 41:29 which were quoted earlier in this letter. 

The Rockingham County Trust Company is presently controlling funds and a 
signature plate which should be under the direct custody of the Treasurer of 
the Town. 

It is recommended that the said payroll system be modified to provide that 
payroll checks will all be signed by the Town Treasurer after processing by the 
bank. Transfers to the payroll accounts should be for the net payroll due 
employees. Vendor checks should be used to disburse monies withheld from the 
employees ' wages . 

Conclusion ; 

The provisions of Chapter 71-A, Section 21, require that the auditors' 
summary of findings and recommendations (letter of transmittal) shall be 
published in the next annual report of the Town. Publication of the Exhibits 



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November 9, 1977 



contained in this audit report is optional at the discretion of the Board of 
Selectmen. This letter, however, must be published in its entirety. 

We extend our thanks to the officials of the Town of Pelham for their 
assistance during the course of the audit. 



Very truly yours. 



^^^^^^■^^^rederick E. Lapjfante 

Director 
MUNICIPAL SERVICES DIVISION 
DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE ADMINISTRATION 



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Municipal Services Division 
Frederick E Laplante 

Director 



November 9, 1977 



TOWN OF PELHAM 



CERTIFICATE OF AUDIT 



This is to certify that we have examined and audited the 
accounts and records of the Town of Pelham for the fiscal year ended 
December 31, 1976. 

Our examination was made in accordance with generally accepted 
auditing standards and accordingly, included such tests of the accounting 
records and such other auditing procedures as were considered necessary 
in the circumstances. 

In our opinion, the accompanying balance sheets and statements 
of sources of revenues and expenditures present fairly the financial 
position of the Town of Pelham at December 31, 1976, and the results 
of its operations for the year then ended, in conformity with generally 
accepted accounting principals applicable to governmental entities, 
applied on a basis consistent with that of the preceding fiscal year. 



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Director 
DIVISION OF MUNCIPAL SERVICES 
DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE ADMINISTRATION 



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STATHMIT OF TQ-^I CLERK'S ACCOUNTS 
1977 



Debit 



Ifctor Vehicle Peiroits Issued: 




$166,690.50 


$166,690.50 


Dog T.icQises Issued: 










649 a 2.00 






$1,298.00 




56 O 5.00 






280,00 




5 § 12.00 






60.00 




3 © 20.00 






60.00 




4 @ 25.00 






100.00 




1976 Licenses 






29*00 




LicQises Pro-Rated 


after 


8/30 


227.85 




Replacement Fees 






1.50 




Penalties 






2^1,00 





Less Fees Retained 



$2,3Cf7.35 
171.80 



Filing Fees: 



2,135.55 
18.00 



$168,844.05 



Credit 

Remittance to Treasurer: 
Motor Vdiicle Permits 
Dog Licenses 
Filing Fees 



$166,690.50 

2,135.55 
18.00 

$168,8^.05 



Respectfully subnitted 

Faye B. Bnerson 
Town Clerk 



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OFFICE OF THE TAX COLLECTOR 



CHERYL B. ROSSI 
Tax Collector 

SUMMARY OF WARRMTS 
LEVIES OF 

DEBITS 1977 1976 1975 

Uncollected Taxes — January 1, 1977 

Property Taxes $3^7,257.25 

Resident Taxes 6,390.00 110.00 

Yield Taxes 1,038.76 



Taxes Committed to Collector 
Property Taxes 
Resident Taxes 
Yield Taxes 
Land Use Change Taxes 


$2,787,U37.61t 
h6,2ko,oo 

865. Uo 

1,U00.00 






Added Taxes 

Property Taxes 
Resident Taxes 




5,525.85 

2,310.00 


6,^95. 08 
750.00 




Overpayments 

Property Taxes 




6U8.85 






Interest Collected on Delinquent 
Property Taxes & Yield Taxes 




.56 


10,631.07 


1^.60 


Penalites Collected on Resident Taxes 


157.00 


^579.00 


3-00 


TOi'AL DEBITS 


$2,81^1^,585.30 


$373,liH.l6 


$117.60 



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SIM^LARY OF WARRANTS 



CREDITS 

Remittances To Treasurer 
Property Taxes 
Resident Taxes 
Yield Taxes 
Interest Collected 
Penalties on Resident Taxes 



Abatements Made During the Year 
Property Taxes 
Resident Taxes 



Uncollected Taxes— December 31, 1977 

Property Taxes 
Resident Taxes 
Yield Taxes 
Land Use Change Taxes 



TOTAL CREDITS 





LEVIES OF 




1977 


1976 


1975 


$2,14-05,169.01 

U2, 270.00 

525.20 

.56 

157.00 


$351,863.73 

5,710.00 

87.70 

10,631.07 

579.00 


30.00 

1^.60 

3.00 


3,515.91 
l,if20.00 


1,888.60 
1,390.00 


50.00 


T 

38i+,927.^2 

U, 860.00 

3^^0.20 

1,U00.00 


IfO.OO 

951.06 


30.00 


$2,8^1^,585.30 


$373,1^1.16 


$117.60 



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SUMMARY OF TAX SALE ACCOUNTS 



DEBITS 
Unredeemed Taxes — Jan. 1, 1977 
Taxes Sold to Tovn— June 6, 1977 
Interest Collected After Sale 
Redemption Costs 

TOTAL DEBITS 





LEVIES OF 




1977 


1976 


1975 




$53,191.^^ 


$16,1^6.62 


$70,717.38 






683. U8 


5,280.01 


3,767.89 


193-50 


198.60 


11^8.10 


$71.59^^.36 


$58,670.05 


$20,062.61 



CREDITS 
Remittances to the Treasurer: 

Redemptions 

Interest & Costs after Sale 

Abatements Durin'n: the Year 

Deeded to the Tovn During the Year 

Unredeemed Taxes— Dec. 3I, 1977 

TOTAL CREDITS 



$31, 015. 7^ 


$29,908.75 


$16,111.61+ 


876.98 


5,J+78.6l 


3,915.99 




1,8U9.02 


3^^.98 











39,701.6U 


21,1^33.67 




$71,59^.36 


$58,670.05 


$20,062.61 




Respectfully submitted, 

/ CheryrB. Rossi 
Tax Collector 



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HIGHWAY REPORT 



During the first and last few months of 1977 the town was 
faced with prolonged snowstorms which caused excessive 
expenditures on the winter maintenance budget. 

Summer maintenance included patching, cutting brush and 
trees along roadsides, and replacing missing and damaged 
signs. Also included in summer maintenance was graveling 
and grading of dirt roads and the addition of drainage 
systems throughout the town. A major portion of funds 
appropriated for summer maintenance was expended on culvert 
replacement, the laying of new culverts and installment of 
manholes which will alleviate water and ice problems faced 
in previous years. Approximately 1100 feet of culvert and 
eight manholes were placed on the following roads: Maple 
Drive, Jericho Road, Clydesdale Avenue, Hayden Road, Dutton 
Road, Orchard Lane and Ledge Road. 

Resealing consisted of cold patching, sweeping roads and 
the use of 400 tons of mix and place to shim poor sections 
of road. Finally these roads were sealed with oil. This 
process seals the cracks in the roads which preserves and 
prevents the asphalt roads from breaking up. 

TRA funds were used on Wharf Road, but due to difficulties 
of the acceptance of the State budget by the Legislature, 
the project was stopped. This project will be resumed in 
1978. 



Respectfully submitted. 



George Neskey 
Highway Agent 



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PHONE 635-2411 



POLICE DEPARTMENT ^^;;|?C^Lra^bi!Lce) 



PELHAM, N. H. 03076 

CHIEF OF POLICE 

RALPH S. BOUTWELL 

ANNUAL REPORT FOR 1977 



To the Honorable Board of Selectmen: 

The department had an overall increase of 5,137 calls over last 
years calls. Increases were most prominent in shoplifters, 
malicious damage, suspicious persons, minibike complaints, power 
failure reports, school information calls, bomb scares and 
miscellaneous complaints. Station visits were up by 862 calls 
alone. 

We have also had a considerable increase in our accidents; three 
of these were fatal accidents. Again this year I have requested 
in my budget, funds for a moving radar. It is impossible to 
patrol and run radar with our present piece of equipment. 

At the beginning of last January, the Hillsborough County 
Attorney's office implemented the "Uniform Crime Report" system 
to all police departments, which involves a considerable amount 
of more paper work for the dispatcher and officer. 

I would like to keep stressing to our townspeople to call the 
department to report any suspicious persons or cars, no matter 
how minor they may seem, as this is the only way we can keep 
the crime rate down. 

Along with the police calls increasing, we have also taken over 
the dispatching and record keeping for the fire department, 
until such time as they acquire their own personnel. 

A message to our older citizens ; We have what is known as 
"Operation Good Morning", for those persons living alone or 
having no one to check on them on a daily basis. Inform the 
department if you wish to have your name added to our list. 

The department members and townspeople were deeply saddened with 
the death of Lieutenant Alton Hodgman on October 30th, while on 
duty. He had served the department faithfully as a Special Officer 
for twenty years. He was on a regular schedule on Friday nights for 
the past 17 years and served as the court prosecutor. 

I remind residents not to call the police station to see if school 
is in session on inclement weather days. Your local radio stations 
keep you well informed. 

Respectfully submitted, 

RALPH S. BOUTWFJLL 
Chief of Police 



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PELHAM FIRE DEPARTMENT 

PELHAM. NEW HAMPSHIRE 03076 



EDMUND L. LAPOINT. chief 



603-635-2421 



FIRS DEPARTMENT AMMUAL REPORT ?0R 1977 



To the Honorable Board of Selectmen: 

On April If 197"^ I became Chief of the Pelham Fire Department. Since 
that date, we have had a very busy year. 

During April, the rescue truck became part of the fire department. 
Since then, it has answered 1"^ rescue calls. At this time, I would like to 
thank the Pelham Lions Club for the interest they have shown in the rescue 
truck. They have furnished us with $3, 900.00 worth of new equipment. This 
is greatly appreciated. 

In the middle of August, we acquired a government surplus 4x4 truck 
through the efforts of Raymond J. Cashman. The truck was then completely 
overhauled and stocked with equipment for fighting woods fires. This was 
done by the firemen under the direction of Asst. Chief Charles W, Hobbs, III 
This truck became part of our department at absolutely no cost to the town. 

In September, six men attended firefighting school at Keene State 
College. The men who attended were: Asst. Chief Charles W. Hobbs, III, 
Raymond J. Cashman, Phillip S. Colburn, III, E. David Fisher, Peter R. Flynn 
and George F. Garland. 

In October, the smoke house was completed. This will be used for 
training men on the use of smoke masks, and how to conduct firefighting 
and rescue operations in smoke filled buildings. 

In November, we purchased a reconditioned Farrar IS^ gallon Pumper. 
This truck came stocked with many pieces of needed new equipment. This is 
now the attack truck for all structure fires. 

Also in November and December, we sponsored two courses on Cardio- 
pulmonary Resuscitation. These classes were open to the public, and were 
conducted by E. David Fisher and the Lawrence chapter of the American Red 
Cross. 



From April 1 - December 31 we answered 292 calls. 



Fires 



Structure 
Chimney Fires 
Brush Fires 
Gar Fires 
School Alarms 
Bomb Threats 



29 
10 

49 

27 
20 

9 



False Alarms 

Mutual Aid 

Service Calls 

Illegal Burning 

Rescue 

Total burning permits issued 

Respectfully submitted, 
Edmund L. Lapoint 

Chief 



6 
7 

43 
2 

11 
758 



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DOG OFFICER'S REPORT 



1977 



2,248 calls were received, 609 dogs were picked up, 130 were dead 
dogs* 20 dog bites were reported, a decrease over 1976. 55 court 
cases, 20 of them, placed on file. There was an increase in court 
cases, due to people not observing the leash law. This has proven 
very costly to the town, for dog damages. Summons were also given 
out for unlicensed dogs. License if you haven't already. Please 
do not bring any animals to the police station or the dog officer's 
home, neither place has facilities. Limit your calls to reason- 
able hours. Sundays fuid holidays are emergency calls only. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Doris Heneault 



REGIONAL MEDICAL EMFJ^GENCY SERVICES 

The year of 1977 was a year of progress for Emergency Medical 
Services in the town of Pelham. In April of this year the 
Rescue Truck was placed with the Fire Department. Chief La Point 
immediately worked with the three Emergency Medical Technicians 
and the Fire Fighters to put this vehicle in operation for accidents 
and medical emergencies in the town. 

Two C.P.R. Courses have been held in the Fire Station, one in 
October, and one in November, for the Fire Department and the 
residents of Pelham with a very favorable turnout in each. 

I have had meetings with the E.M.S. Council in Lowell on different 
occasions to facilitate the most advanced emergency medical services 
for the town of Pelham. 

Organizations in the town have shown strong support in the effort of 
E.M.S. having donated needed equipment. 

There are plans to hold an advanced first aid course in 1978 for 
Fire Department personnel with courses also for the residents of 
Pelham. 

I wish to thank the Fire Department, Police Department, and the 
residents of Pelham for their support and co-operation. 

Respectfully Submitted, 

Ernest David Fisher 

Regional Medical Emergency Services 



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BUILDING INSPECTORS REPORT 





Description 


77 


New Dwellings 


^ 


Additions 


27 


Garac^es 


4 


Duplexes 


3 


Commercial Buildings 


11 


Alterations 


7 


Barns 


1 


Tennis Court 


7 


Sheds 


4 


Fireplaces 


4 


Porches 


189 





Estimated Cost 

S1, 660, 182 

195,^97 
101,651 
117,696 
570,000 

53,650 

19,330 

63,395 

5,800 

4-, 190 

5,500 

52,776,891 



ASSISTANT BUILDING INSPECTOR 

Description Fees Collected 

213 Electrical Permits Si, 028. 00 

6 Pool Permits 90.00 

219 SI, 118. 00 

A total of 539 inspections were made by Andrew J. Dow 
for the year 1977. 

FINANCIAL REPORT 
Fees Collected For: 

Building Permits 17,237.00 

Electrical Permits 1,028.00 

Sanitary Landfill Insp. 9^0.00 

Pool Permits 90.00 

Total Fees $9,295.00 

(Bldg. Insp. & Asst. Bldg. Insp.) Salaries -4,200.00 

Total to Town S5,095.00 



Respectfully submitted, 

Robert G. Edwards, Bldg. Insp. 
Andrew J. Dow, Asst. Bldg. Insp. 



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BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT 
PSLmiM, ITEV/ HAMPSHIRE 

Annual Town Report 

The Board of Adoustment heard a total of thirty-one (31) 
cases this year. Twenty-six (26) variances were granted, 
four (^) were denied, and one (1 ) application was with- 
drawn. There were four (^4-) requests for rehearings, two 

granted, two (2) v;ere denied. One (1 ) 
was heard and granted, the other re- 
hearing was never brought before the Board and consequently, 
never heard. 



(2) requests were 
of the rehearings 



There were two (2) additional alternates appointed to the 
Board of Adjustment for 1977; Mr. Norman Lawrence and 
Mr. Clifton Hayes. 

A total of ,$725»00 was received by the Board this year 
and v;as turned over to the Treasurer to be put into the 
General Fund. 



Alternates : 

Raymond J. Cashman 
Walter Kosik 
Harry Casey 
Norman Lawrence 
Clifton liayes 



Respectfully submitted, 

Willis Atwood, Chairman 
Michael Marcinkov;ski, Clerk 
Charles Bernard 
John Gonsalves 
Forrest McNamara 



REPORT OF THE WELFARE OFFICER 



The Town of Pelham appropriated S5,000 for the Town Poor 
Account. Out of the appropriation, $1,310.36 was spent 
for Town Assistance. 

During 1977, the Town through welfare liens collected 
S3, 293. 20. 

Old Age Assistance payments to residents amounted to 
S5,245.52. Since S4,000 was appropriated at last year's 
town meeting, this account was over expended. During this 
year, this was the most frequently used account under the 
Public Welfare category. As the general population of the 
area grows older, the demands on this account can be expect- 
ed to increase. 



Thomas J. Mahon, 
Welfare Officer 



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PLANNING BOARD REPORT 
1977 



The year 1977 brought with it a national resurgence in new 
home construction. That resurgence was felt in Pelham, 
where building permits were issued for seventy seven (77) 
single dwellings and four (4) duplexes. That number be- 
comes signigicant when one realizes that only two (2) 
duplexes and forty six (46) single dwellings were issued 
in 1976, and only thirty-four permits were issued in 1975. 

If Pelham is to absorb this new growth without double 
sessions in its schools, excessive tax increases, diminished 
public services, and other growth related problems, it must 
have a strong, active and sometimes controversial Planning 
Board. Our activities and accomplishments of the past year 
show that we have tried to be such a Planning Board during 
1977. 

Early in the year the Board was granted the services of a 
fulltime Planning Assistant for a period of one year. In 
addition to attending Planning Board meetings and helping 
with the day to day operations of the Board, she has worked 
to complete the tax map, accumulate data for a computer gen- 
erated current land use study, and inventory Town owned land. 
She has also initiated a lot approval and building permit re- 
cord system and has begun work on an annual census program. 
Our Planning Assistanrt has generated the type of information' 
which this Board needs if it is to prepare meaningful plans 
for the future growth of Pelham. 

Solid waste and sewage disposal problems are those which 
every growing town must face. The Planning Board is proud 
to state that it has taken positive steps to solve both of 
these problems. 

By a memorandum dated October 19, 1976, this Board initiated 
the action which ultimately led to the Town receiving a 
$578,000.00 grant for the construction of a municipal incin- 
erator and recycling center. In 1977 Planning Board members 
served on the Incinerator Building Committee, one as its chair 
man. 

In addition to providing a final solution to the Town's solid 
waste disposal problem, the Planning Board has initiated two 
separate solutions to the sewage disposal problem. First, 
early in the year, the Board interviewed a number of engineer- 
ing firms to conduct a$60,000 sewer study. 

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The firm of Davis, Benoit & Tessier, Inc. was selected, and 
the federally funded sewer study has begun. It will deter- 
mine whether sewage processing can provide a feasible sol- 
ution to the Town's growing sewage disposal problem. 

Second, later in the year, the Planning Board prepared a 
Health Ordinance governing the location and installation 
of privately ^owned on-site residential sewage disposal 
systems. While preparing the final form of this ordinance, 
the Board met with the Town Engineer, the Selectmen, and 
builders and attorneys. The Selectmen, sitting as the Board 
of Health, adopted this ordinance in November. It became 
effective on December 1,1977 and should solve many of the 
septic system problems that have plagued the Town in recent 
years. 

Our activities in 1977 were not limited to planning for fu- 
ture growth. We continued to supervise current growth by 
approving plans for nearly one hundred new house lots. 
Along with the Town Engineer and Highway Agent, we inspected 
tbe construction of several new streets and related drainage 
facilities. We anticipate that there will be an increase of 
this type of work in the coming year. 

In 1978, growth and its impact on our schools, tax rate and 
town services will continue to concern your Planning Board. 
While growth cannot and should not be stopped, it can be 
and should be supervised and controlled. V/ithout super- 
vision and control, double sessions, with a decline in the 
quality of education, will result. Taxes will soar and 
public services will shrink. The quality of life in Pelham * 
will be diminished. 

To avoid this, your Planning Board will continue to be a 
stong, active and sometimes controversial Board in 1978. 

Respectfully submitted, 

G.Alan Laraway, Chairman 
Stephen Parker, Vice Chairman 
William T. Hayes, Secretary 
Robert Allen 
Gerard Bourque 
Beverly Hayes, Alternate 
Harold V. Lynde, Selectman 
Walter Remeis 



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^elfjam public Hibrarp 

Pelham, New Hampshire 03076 



LIBRARY iffiPOHT 



1977 was a year of tremendous growth for the library. More 
books were added to the collection, more programs were held, 
and more books circulated than ever before. 

Over 28,000 books, magazines, and records were taken out 
of the library in 1977, an increase of 45^ over 1976's 
statistics. A total of 580 new borrowers received library 
cards in '197?» Also, over 1,500 new books were added to 
the collection, bringing the library's total to over 16,000 
volumes. Many book donations from residents have been a 
welcome addition to our collection. 

Story hours and crafts programs for pre-schoolers were in 
full swing throughout the year. Over I50 programs were 
held for 1,600 children. 

Adult programs featured a OB radio talk and an Energy Day 
held in October. The Friends of the Library in Pelham, 
FLIP, also met regularly and hosted a variety of speakers 
at their meetings. Last spring, FLIP members conducted 
a successful plant sale on the library lawn, and are plan- 
ning to do so again in 1978. Their second annual Wassail 
party was held in early December along with a sale of 
Christmas crafts made by FLIP members. Mini-courses in 
cake decorating and macrame have been conducted by FLIP 
members and have been well received by Pelham residents. 

Throughout the year, library staff attended workshops and 
conferences sponsored by the New Hampshire Library Associ- 
ation and the New England Library Association. The library 
director is also active in the southeastern New Hampshire 
library district, and is on the executive board of the 
New Hampshire Library Association. 

The library staff includes Margaret Marshall, Pearl Atwood, _ 
Toni Chapman, Jackie Mierswa, Bette Kelley, and Karen Nes- 
key. Our salary schedule for 1977 was improved greatly 
by voters at town meeting, and reads as follows: Director- 
H.38/hr, Children's librarian- ^3.^0/hr, Secretary- $2.65/hr, 
Library assistant I- ^2.58/hr, Library assistant II- S2.52/hr, 
Library assistant III- S2.42/hr. 

A donation of $500. from the estate of Mary Cutter, a 
former Pelham resident, was received in November. This 
money will be used for the purchase of books and magazines 
over the next ten years as requested by the estate. 



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In November, too, the library began publication of its 
monthly newsletter. This paper has been well received 
and will be continued in 1978 as a means of publicizing 
both library and town activities. A large community 
bulletin board has also been installed in the library for 
use by everyone in Pelham. 

The purpose of the Pelham Public Library continues to be 
to provide a place where inquiring minds may encounter 
the original, sometimes unorthodox, and critical ideas so 
necessary in a society that depends for its survival on 
free competition in ideas. We wish further to continue 
to promote and stimulate knowledge, wisdom, culture, and 
pure enjoyment for all Pelham citizens. 



Respectfully submitted, 
Pelham Public Library Trustees 

William McDevitt, Chairman 
Elaine Hornbeck 
David Panciera 



PELHAM PUBLIC LIBRARY TRUSTEES' ACCOUNT 



Balance, January 1, 1977 $101.02 

Receipts: 

Town Appropriation $52,309.00 

Interest on Library Trusts 816.91 
Fines and Miscellaneous Income 252.38 33,378.29 

33,^79.31 



Expenditures: 

Salaries $19,529.97 

Supplies 905.18 

Utilities 2,575.20 

Maintenance ^51 .09 

Rental 240.00 

Books 9,^92.81 

Expenses 289.76 

Miscellaneous 52.00 

Specials 129.88 55,^75.89 

Balance, December 51, 1977 $5.^2 

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Pelham Recreation Commission 

PELHAM, NEW HAMPSHIRE 
03076 



Toj The Honorable Boeird of Selectmen and Citizens of Pelham 

It is with great pleasure that I submit to you my second Annual Report for 
the Pelham Recreation Department* The Pellmm Recreation Department has 
taken many strides in the past year to provide a well balanced recreational 
and leisure time program for its residents* Recreational programming has 
almost doubled within the last two years and will continue to increase in 
the upcoming year* Not only have great strides been taken in recreational 
progreunming but the amount of hours have also increased greatly as well 
as the number of Pelham residents taking advantage of these recreational 
progrsLms* Ili 1975 » there were twenty -two different recreational programs 
with approximately l/8 of the town's population enrolled in such programs* 
In 1977, sixty recreational programs were available to Pelham residents 
with approximately l/4 of the town's population registering in these 
programs* Back in 1975* 90J^ of all recreational progreuns were geared 
towards the youth population of Pelham. In 1977, programming for all 
Pelham residents was accomplished* These programs ranged from Pre-School 
Gymnastics classes to Senior Citizens Cookout Day held during the summer 
of 1977. 

1977 saw the operation of the first town municipal bathing area* Close 
to ^75 families registered for the use of this newly acquired facility 
which proved to be a tremendous success for the operation of such a service 
for the first time* 1978 should prove to have a better run program now 
that the first year kinks have been worked out* 

Not only has the Pelham Recreation Department expanded in terms of programming, 
but in other areas as well. One of these areas which has greatly improved 
is that of funding of various aspects of recreational services* In 1975 
when I first entered the Recreation Department, all funding was done by 
town tax payers* Since having taken over the position of Recreation Director, 
the town of Pelham has received approximately $20,000 by means of federal 
funding* This funding has been primarily responsible for the increase in 
recreational services* Also this funding has made employment available 
for youths and college students from Pelham during the summer months* 
Collaboration between other town depaurtments and private organizations 
has become standard policy thus excluding duplication of programming and 
therefore, creating more ef f icient , town services for its residents* 

Another area which has seen vast improvement is that of facilities* Since 
1975, the Pelham Recreation Department has been able to increase programming 
due to the foresight of its citizens in acquiring proper recreational facilities* 

The future of recreation in Pelham can be summed up in this way* The 
Recreation Department has reached its limit in regards to areas of programming, 
services, and facilities* We now must reevaluate a course of recreation 
in PBlham, Ks mentioned above, because of the foresight of Pelhamites, 
the Pelham Recreation Department does have proper facilities* These 
facilities should be able to handle the recreational needs of the community 



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for the next fifty years. But the acquisition of these facilities poses 
another major problem which must be faced. These facilities must bv 
properly maintained. It would be easy if ball fields groomed themselves or 
if the town bathing area needed no daily maintenance. These areas, for the 
safety of the residents, must be properly maintained and improved in order 
to gain the fullest potential from them. Therefore, the citizens of 
Pelham must realize the fact that in order to maintain the present quality 
of recreation in Pelham, more consideration must be given in regards to 
budget items in this area. If the Pelham Recreation Department were to 
ignore the upkeep of these facilities, they would eventually become wasted 
recreational land. If regular maintenance schedules are not developed the 
Pelham tax payers will face a much larger cost in the future to maintain 
these facilities. 

Another area of concern is the Pelham Recreation Depsurtment is presently , 
at its limit for what it can provide the residents of Pelham, One full- 
time personnel is presently required to plan, implement, and supervise 
present recreational programs and services. In addition, public relations, 
correspondence, research for federal funding, responsibility for operating 
the budget, maintenance, and everyday duties associated with the running 
of a town department is the sole responsibility of one person. If 
the recreational services are to be kept at present levels, improved and 
expanded, additional full-time personnel must be secured. At present, 
the Recreation Department's operating budget has increased slightly yearly. 
This increase has reflected the additional services provided in the 
past two years. If one were to take a look at the Pelham Recreation Department 
operating budget and to take a look at the overall enrollment of 1977 along 
with the overall hours of recreational services provided, the cost of 
recreation would run far below what surrounding communities are spending. 
At present, running any type of program is becoming extremely difficult. 
Due to the highly skilled instructors required, increased hours, and 
services, making ends meet is becoming extremely difficult. We sigain 
must face the fact that either the Pelham Recreation Department must cut 
back programming and services or increase its operating budget to continue 
present recreational services. The decision as to what course the 
Recreation Department is to take lies with you, the citizens of Pelham, 

In closing, my sincere thanks is extended to all the citizens of the 
community who have continued support for your Recreation Department, I 
would like to also thank the Pelham Board of Selectmen, the Pelham Recreation 
Commission, the Pelham School District, and the Pelham Fire and Police 
Department, for without their cooperation it would have been impossible 
to operate such a recreational program. And last but not least, my sincere 
appreciation is extended to all the Pelham Recreation Department's seasonal 
and part-time employees, for without their enthusiasm and hard work the 
Recreation Department would not be operating with the success it has had 
for the past two years. Wishing you all a healthy and prosperous "78", 

Respectfully submitted. 




~^/^ 



Robert Try on 




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Below you will find a list of recreational prograuas offered during 1977 
(Aversige attendance for each program - thirty residents) 

W(Men*s Fitness 3 sessions 

Belly Banding 2 sessions 

Ballet, Tap, Acrobat 2 sessions each 

Gymnastics 10 classes 

Floor Hockey 10 weeks 

Men's Basket3»all 

Women's Volleyball 

Girl's Softball 10 teams 

Swimming Instructions 3 sessions 

Junior Leaders Progrsua 

Tiny Tot Playground 

Summer Playground 

(Over 20 different activities offered) 

Town Beach 

Yoga 3 sessions 

Drama 

Teen Center 

Youth Center 

Ski Lessons 

Trip Week 2 times 

Fourth of July Festivities 

Halloween 

Overnights 

Cannon Mountain Trip 

Stoneham Zoo Trip 

Laconia Track and Field 

Senior Citizens Day 

Yo yo Demonstration 

Little Red Wagon 2 shows 

Arts and Crafts 

Hotshot Program 

Basic Water Safety and Rescue 

CPR 

Family Day 

Cookout Day 



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iJ-^ELnam ^8.nioi (^itizE.n Line. 

Box 97 - Pelham, New Hampshire 
03076 

ANNUAL REPORT 1977 

This year has been a sad year for the Senior Citizens. We lost two of our beloved 
Presidents. Mrs. Thelma Boutwell and Mr. Henry Seamans, Sr. We also lost a few 
of our members. 

We named a room at the Senior Center in honor of Mrs. Thelma Boutwell. Mr. Henry 
Seamans, Sr. will long be remembered for his work with the Seniors. 

We received word from SCOA that our application has been approved to provide ad 
addition to the Center, and with this money we will be able to put in a new bath- 
room, and made our dining room facilities larger. 

Our application for a bus has been approved. We are waiting for it to be assembled, 
The bus will be of great service to the Seniors. We will be able to deliver meals 
to the Shut-ins and pick up Seniors for the meals and activities. 

Trips this year were to numerous to mention. 

We had cook-outs at Camp Alexander, Little Island Pond, and at the Senior Center 
grounds. 

A Bingo machine was donated by Mrs. Jetske Berthel in honor of her late husband, 
Mr. Harold Berthel, and we thank you. 

A pool table was donated by Rev. Leo Shea from St. Patricks Church. 

Council Of Aging bought a Ceramic Oven for the Seniors; as soon as it is set up, 
we will have Ceramic lessons. 

Activities going on at the Senior Center are: Movies-Art Lessons-Knitting- 
Crochet ting-Card Games-Triomones-Dancing Lessons-Bowling. 

We have had our First Annual Dance at St. Patricks Men's Club. 

The Christmas Party was at Harris Inn and the New Year's Party at the Senior 
Center. 

Our Blood Pressure Clinic is held the third Thursday of each month at 12:30 PM. 

We have Flu Shots in October. 

We have Income Tax Returns in February at the Senior Center. 

There are home cooked meals 5 days a week, cooked by our own cooks. These meals 
are sponsored by St. Joseph Services, Nashua. 

Respectfully Submitted, 

Albert Barton Sophie Barton 
President Treasurer 

John Forsey Edward Perkins 

Vice President Secretary 



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^v, c^«E iN r^^ 




MERRIMACK VALLEY HOME HEALTH CARE ASSOCIATION, INC 

Daniel Webster Highway, Merrimack, N. H. 03054 
Telephone 603-424-3822 



■^'VCE 19^*' 



Annual Report - 1977 



The escalating costs of health care have caused great concern 
on all levels and cost containment efforts are a priority to many 
citizens and government officials. Home care is often the solution 
for individuals to return home earlier or not to have to be insti- 
tutionalized at all, thus cutting costs considerably while continu- 
ing to provide quality health care. 

1977 was a year of steady growth in utilization of our services. 
In Pelham 1,25^ nursing visits, 230 occupational, physical or speech 
therapy visits, 1,077 visits taking 1,803 hours by our homemaker/ 
home health aides and 53 social service visits were made. Telephone 
consultations numbered 23^ and nursing supervisory visits 247. 

Clinic activities included giving 73 immunizations to the 37 
pre-school children attending and checking 311 blood pressures in 
12 clinic sessions in Pelham. 

We have been fortunate to have had Mrs. John Steck, Mrs. George 
Sutton, Jr., and Mrs. A. Vautier serving on our Board of Directors 
from Pelham in 1977. The many hours of time and efforts on behalf of 
their fellow citizens are greatly appreciated. 

For information on health care or our services call 424-3822 
or 883-8096. 




(Mrs.) Dorothy Marcek 
Executive Director 



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Serving: BrooUine, Mollis, Litchfield. Merrimack, and Pelham 
A UNITED WAY AGENCY 



MAilRIAGES RECORDED IN THE TOflJ OF PELHAM. N. H. 



YEAR ENDING DEC. 31. 1977 



Date 



Names 



Town of Residence 



Jan. 1 

Jan. 4 
Jan. 8 
Jan. 9 
Jan. 22 
Jan. 28 
Jan. 28 
Jan. 29 
Feb. 5 
Feb. 19 
Feb. 20 
Feb. 20 
Feb. 26 
Mar. 1 
Mar. 5 
Mar. 5 
Mar. 6 
Mar. 11 
Mar. 12 



John Theodore Kregling 
Theresa Marie Canelas 

Milton Lovell Harris 
Judith Ann Murray 

Thomas John Rhodes 
Leigh Ann Burnett 

Robert Ernest. Vaughn 
Christine Ann Dyer 

John Demers 

Sharon Anne Montbleau 

Lawrence Fredrick Albach 
Alicia Mary Bedard 

Gerald Walter Clark 
Deborah Marie Minnon 

Donald Earl Snell 
Cheryl Marie Hartwell 

Peter Martin Halbach 
Marjorie Louise Montgomery 

Anthony Luke Archinski, Jr. 
Claire Elizabeth Kelley 

Kenneth Paul Bonnell 
Brenda Ann Capelli 

Louis Robert Fantozzi 
Colleen Leslie Dumont 

William Francis Schaefer 
Anne Catherine Tournas 

William Charles Caisse 
Elizabeth Ann Sullivan 

Edward William Bogush 
Catherine Ann Fuller 

Donald Joseph Snow 
Claire Doris Lamarche 

Daniel Parker Westbrook 
Mary Blais 

Richard William Michalczyk 
Catherine Helen Winter 

Joseph James Valorose 
Mary Rita Stack 



Stratford, Conn. 
Chelmsford, Mass. 

Pelham, N. H. 
Pelham, N. H. 

Needham, Mass. 
Pelham, N. H. 

Maiden, Mass. 
Lowell, Mass, 

Lowell, Mass. 
Lowell, Mass, 

Methuen, Mass. 
Pelham, N. H, 

Pelham, N, H. 
Pelham, N. H. 

Pelham, N. H, 
Pelham, N. H. 

Pelham, N. H. 
Pelham, N. H, 

Lowell, Mass, 
Dracut, Mass, 

Pelham, N. H, 
Pelham, N, H. 

Townsend, Mass, 
Pelham, N. H. 

Lowell, Mass. 
Lowell, Mass. 

Lowell, Mass, 
Lowell, Mass, 

Pelham, N. H, 
Lowell, Mass, 

Lowell, Mass, 
Lowell, Mass, 

Windham, N. H. 
Pelham, N. H, 

Pelham, N. H, 
Pelham, N. H, 

Lowell, Mass, 
Pelham, N, H, 



MARR. - 2 



Mar. 19 
Mar. 25 
Apr. 2 
Apr, 2 
Apr. 11 
Apr, 16 
Apr. 23 
Apr, 26 
Apr, 26 
Apr. 29 
Apr, 29 
Apr, 30 
Apr, 30 
May 7 
May 7 
May liJ- 
May 1^ 
May 20 
May 21 
May 21 



John Forsey 
Marion Gagne 

Daniel Warren Barnhart 
Linda Ann Ryan 

James Peter Bergeron 
Debra Ann Pierga 

James Edward Harrington 
Agnes Charlotte Holm 

Robert Maurice Long 
Elaine Theresa Carignan 

John Joseph Butterfield 
Ann Josephine Chartier 

Vernon Paul Fraize 
Sharon Teresa Bellamy 

Harley Alfred Bean 
Loretta Irene Steeves 

Michael Andre Drouin 
Donna Jean Burris 

Rodney Donald Clermont 
Sharon Ann O'Neil 

William Leo McMahon 
Barbara Mary Sullivan 

Louis Joseph Comeau 
Ann Marie Gravina 

Gus Joseph White 
Donna Patricia King 

Charles George Bolianites 
Anne Patricia Lynch 

Robert Francis DeCarolis 
Helen Lorraine Mosher 

James Roger Heraond 
Theresa Ann Caldwell 

Robert Joseph Moreau 
Judith Anne Goes 

Michael Edward Cannon 
Constance Vaillancourt 

Joseph RsLymond Chabot 
Janis Marie Wejnnouth 

Richard Thomas Holmes 
Patricia Ann Perry 



Carlisle, Mass, 
Pelham, N, H, 

Westford, Mass, 
Tewksbury, Mass, 

Pelham, N, H, 
Pelham, N, H, 

Wayne, New Jersey 
Wayne, New Jersey 

Pelham, N. H, 
Dracut, Mass, 

Dunstable, Mass, 
Dunstable, Mass, 

Pelham, N, H, 
Pelham, N. H, 

Hudson, N, H, 
Hudson, N, H, 

Pelham, N, H. 
Salem, N. H. 

Pelham, N. H, 
Merrimack, N, H, 

Dracut, Mass, 
Dracut, Mass, 

No, Billerica, Mkss, 
No. Billerica, Mass, 

Ayer, Mass, 
Lowell, Mass. 

Pelham, N. H, 
Litchfield, N. H. 

Pelham, N, H, 
Pelham, N, H. 

Lowell, Mass, 
Lowell, Mass, 

Salem, N, H, 
Pelham, N, H. 

Pelham, N, H. 
Pelham, N, H, 

Pelham, N. H, 
Salem, N, H, 

Pelham, N, H. 
Nashua, N. H, 



May 28 
May 28 
May 29 
Jun. 3 
Jun. ^ 
Jun. 5 
Jun. 10 
Jun. 10 
Jun. 11 
Jun. 11 
Jun. 11 
Jun, 11 
Jun. 11 
Jun. 12 
Jun. 17 
Jun. 18 
Jun. 18 
Jun. 19 
Jun. 22 
Jun. 23 



MAKK. - !> 

Michael Gerald McKinnon 
Louise Antoinette Grenier 

John William Reale 
Loraine M. Leraie\ix 

Thomas Daniel Fitzgerald, Jr. 
Ann Marie Knowles 

Robert A. Brunelle 
Dolores Ann Carey 

Larry Robert McEdward 
Deborah Elsie Landry 

John Wildes 

Aline Colette Letendre 

William Mitchell Allore, Jr. 
Karen Marie Maloof 

Edward Joseph Crowley 
Mary Terese Galipeau 

William Christopher Bellamy 
Darlene A. Costa 

Robert Charles Constantin 
Linda Sue Comeau 

John William Lavallee 
Mary Jo Craig 

Guy Joseph Perigny 
Nancy Mabel Hall 

Henry William Saucier 
Alice Irene King *. 

Alan Edward Gidley 
Diane Jean Daigle 

George Willard Johnson, Jr. 
Debra Jean Neault 

William Richard Edwards 
Joanne Patricia Zelonis 

Ronald Leo Wagner 
Pamela Marie Gendron 

Brian Michael Mahoney 
Susan Marie Hammar 

Gary William Russell 
Andree Marie Russell 

Joseph Frederick Rich, Jr. 
Debbie Lee Einsidler 



Pelham, N. H. 
Pelham, N. H. 

Londonderry, N. H, 
Pelham, N. H, 

Somerville, Mass. 
Somerville, Mass. 

Lowell, Mass, 
Lowell, Mass. 

Pelham, N, H, 
Plaistow, N. H. 

Lowell, Mass. 
Lowell, Mass, 

Pelham, N. H, 
Salem, N. H. 

Pelham, N. H. 
Pelham, N. H, 

Pelham, N. H. 
Salem, N, H. 

Pelham, N. H, 
Pelham, N. H, 

Lowell, Mass. 
Lowell, Mass. 

Lowell, Mass. 
Pelham, N. H. 

Lowell, Mass. 
Lowell, Mass. 

Pelham, N. H. 
Pelham, N. H. 

Lowell, Mass, 
Lowell, Mass. 

Pelham, N. H. 
Pelham, N. H. 

Lawrence, Mass. 
Pelham, N. H. 

Pelham, N. H. 
Pelham, N. H, 

Pelham, N. H. 
Pelham, N. H, 

Danvers, Mass, 
Pelham, N. H, 



MARK. - k 



Jun, 25 
Jul, 1 
Jul. 1 
Jul. 2 
Jul. 9 
Jul. 17 
Jul. 17 
Jul. 23 
Jul. 30 
Jul. 30 
Jul. 31 
Aug. 1 
Aug. 4 
Aug. 6 
Aug. 12 
Aug. 19 
Aug. 20 
Aug. 26 
Aug. 26 
Aug. 27 



Thomas Henry Willett 
Michelle Louise Jeanson 

Howard Russell Carkin, Jr. 
Doris Alice Provencal 

David Gardner Millette 
Cynthia Ann Morico 

Timothy Francis O'Connor, Jr. 
Patricia Ellen Sturtevant 

Brian Philip Fancy 
Mary Theresa Marchand 

Edward Joseph Gacek 
Mary Carolyn Croteau 

Daniel James Shay 
Laureen Patricia Langill 

Thomas Edward Capps III 
Diane Bernadette St. Onge 

James Anthony Caviochio 
Patricia Anita Hutt 

James Joseph Searles 
Nancy Rachel Brodeur 

James Douglas Fels 
Linda Jean Doherty 

Ralph Leonard Clough, Jr. 
Jeanne Frances Shepard 

John David Laviska 
Judith Morand 

Daniel Lawrence Pelletier 
Deborah Ann Brown 

Damon Webster Kenison, Jr. 
Gayle Fleming 

James William Ambrose 
Kathleen Ann Pawl 

Bruce Michael McLlarky 
Rosemary Ellen Greene 

Phillip Louis D'Alba, Jr. 
Marjorie Jean Ye at on 

Charles Stuart LaBrecque 
Kathleen Agnes Sweeney 

Thomas Arthur Langlois 
Heidi Lisa Dickson 



Pelham, N. H, 
Pelhara, N. H. 

Lowell, Mass. 
Lowell, Mass. 

Billerica, Mass. 
Billerica, Mass. 

Burlington, Mass. 
Burlington, Mass. 

Salem, N. H. 
Pelham, N. H. 

Lowell, Mass. 
Pelham, N, H. 

Lowell, Mass. 
Billerica, Mass. 

No. Billerica, Mass. 
Pelham, N. H. 

Marlboro, Mass. 
Marlboro, Mass. 

Pelham, N. H. 
Pelham, N. H. 

Dover, Delaware 
Pelham, N. H. 

Lowell, Mass. 
Lowell, Mass. 

Saugus, Mass. 
Reading, Mass. 

Hudson, N. H. 
Pelham, N. H. 

Derry, N. H. 
Derry, N. H. 

Billerica, Mass. 
Billerica, Mass. 

Pelham, N. H. 
Pelham, N. H. 

Pelham, N. H, 
Pelham, N. H. 

Tewksbury, Mass. 
Tewksbury, Mass. 

Groton, Mass. 
Burlington, Mass. 



MARR. - 5 



Frank Scott Scafidi 
Carol Ann Bowler 

Gary L, Stetzler 
Susan Annis 

Marcel Boucher 
Theresa Yvette Daigle 

Paul Benedict Taylor 
Nancy Ellen Garvey 

Donald Paul Ally 
Monika Foerst 

Henry Philip Martineau 
Linda Ann Champagne 

Michael Paul Guerrette 
Theresa Margaret Bergeron 

Richard Edward Boissonneault 
Janet Webb 

Richard Arthur Morin 
Judith Lee Thompson 

John Joseph Fraizer 
Roberta Louise Sheehan 

John Douglas Singleton 
Jane Marie Wagner 

Edward Michael Murphy 
Bonita Ann Williams 

Joseph David Lorenzo 
Marilyn Marion Perillo 

Charles Delmar Daniels 
Laura Kathleen Foye 

Edward George Guldin 
Jeanne Pauline Lemire 

Michael Stanley Ogonowski 
Elizabeth Leona Godek 

Orie Edward Allen 
Kathleen McCarthy 

Orie Francis Allen, Jr. 
Helene Peters 

Richard William Day 
Diana Lynne Goulet 

Walter Kevin Casserly 
June Catherine Landry 



Pelham, 


N. 


H. 


Salem, 


N, 


H. 


Hudson, 


N. 


H. 


Pelham, 


N. 


H. 


Pelham, 


N. 


H. 


Pelham, 


N. 


H. 


Chelmsford 


, Mass. 


Tewksbury, 


Mass, 


Pelham, 


N. 


H. 


Pelham, 


N. 


H. 


Dracut, 


Mass. 


Pelham, 


N. 


H. 


Hudson, 


N. 


H. 


Pelham, 


N. 


H, 


Pelham, 


N. 


H. 


Salem, 


N. 


H. 


Pelham, 


N. 


H. 


Pelham, 


N. 


H. 


Lowell , 


Mass, 


Lowell, 


Mass. 


Dillon, 


South Carolina 


Pelham, 


N. 


H. 


Maiden, 


Ma! 


5S. 


Pelham, 


N. 


H. 


Lowell, 


Ma! 


5S. 


Lowell, 


Ma. 


5S. 


Lowell 1 


Mass. 


Lowell, 


Ma! 


3S. 


Lowell, 


Mass. 


Lowell, 


Ma. 


3S. 


Pelham, 


N. 


H. 


Pelham, 


N. 


H. 


Pelham, 


N. 


H. 


Pelham, 


N. 


H. 



Pelham, N. H. 
Cranston, R. I. 

Salem, N, H, 
Pelham, N, H, 

Lowell, Mass. 
Lowell, Mass. 



iyiARR. - 6 



Oct. 27 
Oct. 28 
Oct. 29 
Oct. 29 
Oct. 29 

Nov. ^' 
Nov. 5 
Nov. 6 
Nov. 11 
Nov. 12 
Nov. 17 
Nov. 19 
Nov. 25 
Nov. 26 
Nov. 26 
Nov. 26 
Dec. 4 
Dec. 10 
Dec. 21 



Joseph Rajmond Buell 
Elizabeth Rachel Levesque 

Allen Joseph Plourde 
Marsha Virginia Hand 

Glenn Cannon Berthel 
Brenda Lee Martineau 

Romulo Ferrera Cortes 
Deborah Barbara Bourque 

Eugene Anthony Lentini 
Clara Elizabeth Johann 

David Adrian Chrisstoffels 
Diane Beth Gorf inkle 

Joseph Louis Delescluse, Jr. 
Linda Sue Drier 

Robert Eugene Cicale 
Donna Jean Bakios 

Lucien Wilfred Bergeron 
Joan Ann Sims 

John James Bradley, III 
Deborah Gail Davidson 

James Francis Foley 
Nancy Ann Foley 

Wayne David Burton 
Louise Ann McKenna 

William Arthur Cote 
Sylvia Jean Koloski 

Glen Paul Glines 
Marion Francine Frasier 

Paul Emery Hamel 
Theresa Marie Foye 

William Arthur Shuttleworth 
Laurie Beth Ordway 

Lawrence Francis Christie 
Irene Cecile Richards 

Robert William Godek 
Helen Kerrigan 

Robert Thomas Sims 
Gertrude Lorraine Rock 



Lowell, Mass. 
Lowell, Mass. 

Lowell, Mass. 
Lowell, Mass. 

Pelham, N. H. 
Pelham, N. H. 

Lowell, Mass. 
Lowell, Mass. 

Lowell, Mass. 
Chelmsford, Mass. 

Tewksbury, Mass. 
Tewksbury, Mass, 

Pelham, N, H, 
Pelham, N. H, 

Salem, N, H, 
Pelham, N. H. 

Tyngsboro, Mass, 
Dracut, Mass. 

Lowell, Mass. 
Lowell, Mass. 

Pelham, N, H. 
Pelham, N. H. 

Pelham, N. H. 
Lowell, Mass. 

Pelham, N. H. 
Pelham, N. H. 

Pelham, N, H. 
Pelham, N. H. 

Pelham, N. H. 
Pelham, N. H. 

Pelham, N. H. 
Concord, N. H. 

Lowell, Mass. 
Pelham, N. H. 

Peabody, Mass. 
Peabody, Mass, 

Dracut, Mass. 
Pelham, V. H. 



MARR. - 7 

QC, 23 Joseph Rayroond Martin Dracut, Mass. 

Joyce Marie LeBlanc Dracut, Mass. 

ec. 29 Rene Albert Joseph Bedard No. Chelmsford, Mass, 

Patricia Ann Ramos No. Chelmsford, M*iss. 

ec, 31 Robert Leo Largay Lowell, Mass. 

Patricia Anne Kimball Lowell, Mass, 



BIRTHS RECORDED IN THE TOWN OF PELHAM. N. H, 
Date Place Sex Name 



YEAR ENDIMG DEC. 31. 1977 



Name of Father 



Maiden name of Mother 



Jan. 7 Winchester, Mass. F Stacey Lee Smith 



Jan. 12 Methuen, Mass. M Christopher Lee Dube 



Brian Leon Smith 
Roberta Frances Beebee 

Albert Joseph Dube 
Donna Marie DeCunto 



Jan. 18 Nashua, N.H. 



Sarah Elizabeth Richard Gagnon Wayne Francis Gagnon 

Marie Anne Richard 



Jan. 20 Lawrence, Mass. M Bryan Keith Croteau 



Raymond Alfred Croteau 
Sharon Lee Donahue 



Feb. 16 Nashua, N. H, 



Karen Marissa Solomon 



Feb. 25 Nashua, N. H. M Ryan David Rouillard 



Feb. 26 Lowell, Mass. M Matthew Michael Hani on 



Thomas Elias Solomon 
Wendy Lee Emerick 

David Roger Rouillard 
Claire Ann White 

Kevin M. Hanlon 
Darlene A. Burke 



Mar. 1 Nashua, N, H. M Heath Andrew Wyman 



James Albert Wyman 
Susan Marie Grondin 



Mar. k Nashua, N. H. 



Mar. 9 Methuen, Mass. 



Jessica Marie Groulx 



Paul David Groulx 
Cathy Jayne Forrest 



M Henry Joseph DuCharme III Henry Joseph DeCharme, Jr, 

Maureen Frances Larkin 



Mar. 12 Winchester, Mass. M Gary Edward Lazdowski 



Steven John Lazdowski, Jr. 
Diane Margaret Langill 



Mar. 22 Methuen, Mass. M 



Christopher Michael Mertz Kenneth Joseph Mertz 

Phyllis Mary Vir 



Mar. 26 Leominster, Mass, M Joseph Gamache, Jr. 



Mar. 29 Lawrence, Mass. M Adam John Murphy 



Mar. 30 Nashua, N. H. 



M Jason Evan Micciche 



Mar. 31 Methuen, Mass. M Joel William Bernier 



Joseph Gamache 
Donna Jo Valeri 

Neal Joseph Murphy 
Margaret Anne Cruz 

Diego G. Micciche 
Katherine Louise Dumais 

Roland William Bernier, Jr, 
Cecilia Alice Rice 



Apr. 8 Nashua, N. H, 



M Jeffrey David Descoteaux David Paul Descoteaux 

Annette Beatrice Therrien 



Apr. 12 Nashua, N.H. M Timothy Andrew Reid 



Apr. 20 Lowell, Mass. F Erin Elizabeth Stickney 



Bruce Alan Reid 
Judith Ann Boynton 

Wayne P. Stickney 
Linda C, Johnson 



BIRTHS - 2 



pr. 28 Nashua, N, H. F Infant Sack 



ay ^ Nashua, N. H, M James George Sperling 



Ronald Jean Sack 
Margaret Kathrjm Branson 

Peter Timothy Sperling 
Karen Jo Freed 



ay 



k Lawrence, Mass. F 



Sandra Elizabeth Supernavage Jeffrey Peter Supernavage 

Cheryl Lynn Hitchner 



ay 10 Winchester, Mass. F Kate Tyler Fraize 



Tim Tyler Fraize 
Patricia Jean Fitzgerald 



ay 11 Nashua, N. H, 



ay 22 Methuen, Mass. 



M 



James Edward Neskey, Jr. James Edward Neskey 

Melanie Margaret Philbrick 



un 



, l6 Methuen, Mass. 



M 



Allison Beth Coombs 
Nathan James Crocker 



un. 20 Lowell, 'Mass. 



un. 20 Nashua, N. H. M Bryan Edward Groulx 



ul. 1 Nashua, N, H. M Gregory Albert Zolkos 



ul. 15 Winchester, Mass. M Damon Patrick Bonnell 



ul. 16 Nashua, N. H. M Patrick Michael Siska 



ul. 16 Nashua, N. H. F Katie Marie Siska 



ul. 18 Nashua, N. H. M 



ug. 21 Nashua, N. H. 



ug. 23 Nashua, N. H. M 



ug. 25 Methuen, Mass. M 



ep. 3 Lawrence, Mass, M 



Adam Rhys Ralston 
Aprille Lynn Stratton 
Chaison Grant Pelley 
Jason Norman Pelland 
Sean Cyril Cameron 



Stephen Pa\il Coombs 
Marilyn Duffy 

Roger Leon Crocker, Jr. 
Joan Marie Proulx 



Kristy Lorraine Fauvel Donald A. Fauvel 

Joan C. Maniatis 



Edward John Groulx 
Marie Lawlor 

Charles Henry Zolkos 
Janice Margaret Morel 

Kenneth Paul Bonnell 
Brenda Ann Capelli 

Albert Frank Siska 
Sharon Jean Fannin 

Albert Frank Siska 
Sharon Jean Fannin 

Rhys Hartley Ralston 
Patricia Ann Castagno 

Mark Douglas Stratton 
Gloria Jean Boucher 

Charles Thomas Pelley 
Brenda Joyce Cott 

Richard Norman Pelland 
Joyce Doris Desrocher 

James Francis Cameron 
Dorothy Mary Pittman 



©p. 26 Lynn, Mass, 



M 



Chris uopher Donald Baribeau Donald George Baribeau 

Maria Rita Riggi 



BIRTHS - 3 



Oct. 6 Nashua, N. H. M Ryan Patrick Hanlon 



Oct. 8 Winchester, Mass, F Elizabeth Anne Lentz 



Oct. 9 Methuen, Mass. M Richard Joseph Bell 



Oct. 1^ Methuen, Mass. F Marissa-Kate Mathieson 



Oct. 21 Methuen, Mass. M Christopher Scott Fisk 



Oct. 21 Methuen, Mass, F Melanie Ann Hyatt 



Oct. 25 Lowell, Mass. M Jeremy John Drelick 



Oct. 27 Nashua, N. H. M Jonathan Robert McLlarky 



Oct. 31 Lawrence, Mass. F 



Dec. 17 Nashua, N. H. F 



Kelly Grenda 
Jamie Lee Morin 



A. Richard Hanlon, Jr. 
Pamela Jean Johnson 

Kendrick Wesley Lentz, Jr. 
Anne Salter 

Judson Burdette Bell 
Mary Ann Alosky 

Douglas Glen Mathieson 
Marilyn Clarke Dooley 

William Nelson Fisk 
Denice Sheila Naro 

Richard Barry Hyatt 
Debra Ann Camire 

Stanley P. Drelick 
Nancy C. Burt 

Bruce Michael McLlarky 
Rosemary Ellen Greene 

Jeffrey James Grenda 
Beverly Lynn Becotte 

Richard Arthur Morin 
Judith Lee Thompson 



DEATHS RECORDED IN THE TOWN OF PELHAM. N,H, 
)ate Name of Deceased 



YFJVR ENDING DEC. 31. 1977 



Ige. 



Place of Death 



Jan. 14 

Jan. 16 

Jan. 20 

Jan. 27 

Feb. 10 

Feb. 13 

Mar. 10 

Mar. 18 

Mar. 21 

Mar. 22 

Mar. 27 

Mar. 28 

Apr. 7 

Apr. 21 

Jun. 25 

Jul. 3 

Jul. 5 

Jul. 8 

Jul. 19 

Jul. 27 

Aug. 16 

Aug. 21 

Aug. 24 

Sep. 19 

Oct. 9 

Oct. 13 

Oct. 26 

Oct. 30 

Nov. 2 

Nov. 4 

Nov. 27 
Dec. 5 

Dec. 13 

Dec. 25 

Dec. 29 



Mary (nee Koczera) Gacek 92 

Elizabeth (nee Mc Crea) Morrow 92 

William Hale Herrick 88 

Joseph A. Ouellette 76 

Harry Wildman 74 
Alice D. (nee Gallagher) McGrath 76 

Baby Boy Ducharme 12 Hrs. 

Harold A. Sutcliffe 68 

Joseph L. Medlock 71 

Thomas Smith 78 

Theodora V. Constantin 49 

William G. Livingstone 82 

Patrick E. Jeanson 47 

Harold Herbert Berthel 72 

Thomas Barrie 75 

Joseph A. Moras 76 

Charles Tallant 46 

Daisy E. (Sewell) Sutcliffe 61 

Melissa A. Morse 5 

John T. Bachelder 53 

Benjamin W. Garland 26 

William E. Brown 23 

Lillian L. Marchand 79 

Thelma G. (Carleton) Boutwell 70 

Rose A. (Ducharme) Bedard 76 

Arthur Edmond Provencal 77 

Henry James Seamans 68 

Alton M. Hodgman 61 

Harold T. Collins 34 

Peter J. Fanaras 18 

Mildred (Defosses) Prince 66 

Ludger Landry 81 

Aline T. (Paquin) Asselin 51 

Marion Alberta Leonard 83 

George H. Sutton, Jr. 52 



Lowell, Mass. 
Lowell, Mass. 
Lawrence, Mass, 
Lowell, Mass. 
Pelham, N.H. 
Lowell, Mass. 
Boston, Mass. 
Lowell, Mass. 
Lowell, Mass. 
Derry, N.H. 
Lowell, Mass. 
Lowell, Mass. 
Lowell, Mass. 
Methuen, Mass. 
Lowell, Mass. 
Methuen, Mass. 
Pelham, N.H. 
Lowell, Mass. 
Boston, Mass. 
Boston, Mass. 
Nashua, N.H. 
Lowell, Mass. 
Pelham, N.H. 
Lowell, Mass. 
Nashua, N.H. 
Lowell, Mass. 
Lowell, Mass. 
Methuen, Mass. 
Pelham, N.H. 
Lowell, Mass. 
Lowell, Mass. 
Bedford, N.H» 
Lowell, Mass. 
Nashua, N.H. 
Lowell, Mass. 



BODIES BROUGHT IN FOR BURIAL IN THE TOWN OF PELHAM, N.H. 



1977 



Name of Deceased 



Age_ 



Place of Death 



Jan. 13 

Jan. 14 

Jan. 30 

Apr. 22 

Apr. 27 

May 3 

Jun. 13 

Jul. 24 

Jul. 30 

Sep. 29 



Sophina Mc Cann 88 
Mary Ellen Byrne 

Mildred L. Simmons 70 
Josephine (Lambert )Paquette Morneau89 

Nathalie M. Paquin 60 

Stephen Robidoux 68 

Kevin J. Dickinson 20 

Dana B. Kinne 68 

Mira A. (Moore) Picard 71 

Allan J. Pickles, Jr. 41 



Lowell, 

Tampa, 

Lowell, 

Derry, 

Lowell, 

Lowell, 

Lowell , 

Lowell , 

Lowell, 

Lowell, 



Mass. 

Florida 

Mass. 

N.H. 
Mass. 
Mass. 
Mass. 
Mass. 
Mass. 
Mass. 



TOWN SALARIES 1977 



Allen, Raymond 
Anderson, Glen 
Atwood, Daniel 
Atwood, Frank, W. ,Sr. 
Atwood, Herbert, H, 
Atwood, Willis 
Belleville, Michelle 
Bergeron, Peter 
Borderleau , Robert , R, 
Boucher, Brian 
Boucher, Dennis, E. 
Boucher, Roland, L. 
Boissonneault , Richard 
Boutwell 



Boutwell 



Nathan 
Ralph 
Boutwell, Thelma 
Bresnahan, Kathleen 
Briggs, Eugene, A. 
Brunelle, Norman 
Jonathan Cares, R. 
Jean Cashman, M. 
Cashman, Raymond, J. 
Colburn, Philip 



Constantin, 
Constantin, 



James 
Timothy 



, Stephen 
Andrew 



Corbin, Russell 
Crossley, Donald, E. 
Curran, David, J. 
Currier, Herbert, S. 
Daigle, Norman 
Danis, Maurice 
Derby, Richard, V/, 
Dionne 
Dow, 

Dowling, William, F. 
Dube , Gerald 
Dupuis, Raymond 
Edwards, Glennie, M. 
Edwards, Ralph 
Edwards, Ralph, 
Edwards, Robert 
Edwards, Robert 
Emerson, Faye, 
Fichera, Connie 
Finn, Denis 
Fisher, Ernest, D. 
Fisher, Paul 
Flanders, Bernard, E. 
Fletcher, Robert, B. 
Flynn, Peter, R. 
Foisie, Frank 
Foss, Donald 
Garfield, James, A. 



S. 
, G. 
, S. 

B. 



682.50 

607.50 

236.50 

3.00 

1,217.32 

967.25 

60.00 

1,440.00 

277.20 

30.00 

11,362.74 

12,809.96 

90.00 

666.68 

14,926.30 

390.00 

1,200.00 

3,515.25 

893.00 

345.53 

5,176.64 

496.71 

475.28 

104.13 

4.13 

10,634.84 

76.75 

3,827.78 

800.00 

111.55 

273.76 

574.08 

7,350.00 

1,800.00 

5,621.03 

663.75 

1,265.14 

5,581.94 

656.25 

6.00 

2,400.00 

21.00 

8,873.00 

10.00 

420.00 

491.80 

20.00 

11,819.32 

107*76 

1,065.77 

467.00 

1,148.00 

1,750.00 



Garland, George, F. 
Gaudette, Gail 
Gauthier, Joseph, Jr. 
Gautreau, Francis, G. 
Grimard, Marylyn 
Gudek, Richard, P. 
Hammar, Alrick 
Hardy, Barbara 
Hardy , Dorothy 
Hardy, James 
Hartley, Russell, Jr. 
Hartz, Edwin 
Hayes, Diane 
Heneault, Arthur 
Heneault, Doris 
Herbert, Charles 
Hirsch, Robert, H. 
Hobbs, Charles, W. 
Hobbs, Charles, III 
Hodgen, David, A. 
Hodgman, Alton, M. 
Humphreys , Fred 
Hyde, Carl, G. 
Jelly, VJilliam 
Kulis, Joseph 
Lamie, Betsy 
LaPoint, Edmund, L. 
Latour, Paul 
Law, John 
Laval lee, John, C. 
Lehmann, Judith 
Leonard, Russell 
Lynch, Albert 
Lynde, Harold 
Lyon, David 
Lyons, Dennis 
Mahon, Thomas, J. 



Mank, Michael 
Mansfield, Frederick, R. 
Mansfield, Harriet,!/. 
Mansfield, Richard, C. 
Mason, Brian 
Mason, Hubert, L. 
Mason, Joyce 
McArdle, Barbara 
McColgan, Joanne 



877.97 

300.00 

919.13 

8,250.00 

20.00 

799.92 

133.32 

1,310.40 

3,792.51 

3,029.30 

15,240.68 

850.00 

262.89 

11,859.21 

2,589.93 

611.00 

54.18 

314.25 

997.33 

9,712.94 

1,252.63 

46.00 

6.50 

390.00 

979.00 

20.00 

12 

14.00 

5,838.75 

150.00 

20.00 

16.00 

1,075.00 

900.00 

18.00 

452.75 

731.42 

790.05 

488.83 

132.00 

1,194.25 

212.14 

308.65 



4,007, 



McColgan, 

Melanson, 

Melanson, 

Melanson, 

Moore , Margaret , 

Nantel, 

Neskey , 



Philip 

Frank, P. 
Richard, S. 
William, A. 

Maurice 
Georae 



3,674.40 

1,155.00 

20.00 

140.00 

6.25 
367.54 

438.29 
2,045.09 

385.00 
3,793.25 



53 



town salaries cont. 



Neskey, James 


1,112.00 


Silloway, Roy 


3,447.25 


Neskey, Paul 


1,717.50 


Shea, Paul, F. 


1,012.50 


Neskey, Peter 


2,182.50 


Slater, David, J. 


171.76 


Neskey, Scott 


1,117.50 


Spanos, James 


1,022.00 


Neskey, vyilliam 


7,293.75 


Straughan, Stephen V. 


93.81 


Newcomb , John 


11,329.44 


Tellier, Joseph, Jr. 


157.50 


Nickerson, Walter 


71.25 


Tellier, Monique 


644.00 


Ogonowski, Michael 


10,743.41 


Therriault , Charles 


3.00 


Overstake, Joanne 


2,008.25 


Therriault, Ronald, VJ, 


73.38 


Papakostas, Pota, M, 


824.00 


Thompson, Marianne 


799.92 


Perkins, Edward 


1,280.00 


Tremblay, Stephanie 


20.00 


Popp, Malcolm 


2,955.75 


Tryon , Robert 


9,096.50 


Prentis, Thomas, T. 


751.50 


Tryon, Steven 


360.00 


Richardson, Herbert 


93.50 


Vautier, Charlotte 


20.00 


Richardson, Kevin 


7,943.56 


Walsh, Patricia, A. 


5,644.68 


Rossi, Cheryl 


7,600.00 


Walsh, Scott 


4,550.00 


Sawyer, Russell 


214.51 


Wood , Brendon 


223.20 


Schnorr, John 


330.00 


Worma Id, James 


75.00 


Searles, Robert 


1,203.75 










O.T. PLUS 


SPECIAL 


NAME 


SALARY 
$14,926.30 


Extra Time 


DETAIL 


BOUTWELL, RALPH 






BOUCHER, DENNIS 


10,304.62 


1,058.12 




BOUCHER, ROLAND 


12,614.58 


195.38 




CORBIN, RUSSELL 


10,215.12 


419.72 




DOWLING, V/ILLIAM 


5,257.72 


363.31 




FLANDERS, BERNARD 


11,604.30 


215.02 




HARTLEY, RUSSELL 


11,739.56 


3,341.62 


159.50 


HENEAULT, ARTHUR 


10,218.62 


640.63 




NEWCOMB, JOHN 


9,901.19 


1,284.75 


143.50 


OGONOWSKI, MICHAEL 


9,209.01 


1,418.52 


115.88 


RICHARDSON, KEVIN 


6,694.20 


1,084.36 


165.00 



Breakdown of Police Officers. 



5^ 



TOVJN PAYMENTS FOR GOODS AND EQUIPMENT 



Arts Auto 

Azimopoulos, VJilliam 
Bedard, Mark 
Bergeron, Peter 
Buck, Irving 
Butterfield & Harmon 
Canelas, Co. 
Colby's Auto Repair 
Constantin, Quentin 
Cornucopia Florist 
Cousin's Bakery 
Dow, Andrew 
Edwards V/elding 
Edv/ards, Robert, G. 
Edwards, Robert S. 
Faro, John,S. 
Forrest, Frank 
Foss, Donald 
Four Seasons Shop 
Hammar & Sons 
Hirsch, Albert 
Independent Auto 
Jill Rae Realty 
Justley, Stan 
Latour, Dana 
Latour, Paul 
Leonard Bus Co. 
Pat Lund 



3.85 

720.30 

539.00 

28.00 

155.00 

17,336.65 

75.80 

262.91 

550.00 

35.00 

43.78 

50.00 

600.00 

747.50 

4,707.00 

66.00 

1,419.00 

122.50 

16.61 

450.00 

30.68 

120.55 

154.00 

291.00 

8,705.00 

6,331.00 

384.00 

1,133.00 



Maiocchi , John 
Mendes, Dave 
Millv^ard Teaching Aid 
Neskey, George Const. 
Neskey, James 
Newcomb , John 
Pelham Auto 
Pelham Front End 
Pelham Fuel Co. 
Pelham Hardware Co. 
Pelham Inn 
Pelham Pharmacy 
Pelham Plate Glass 
Pelham Services 
Pelham Tire Shop 
Philbrick, Leonard 
Radio Shack 
R.G.A. Tire Shop 
Roberts, Ernest 
Searles, Robert 
Sevigny, Steve 
Smith, Ellsv/orth 
State Line Motors 
Steven's Garage 
Therriault, Ronald 
Tripathi, Vinod, M.D. 



Woody ' s 
Zelonis 



Auto Repair 
, Timothy 



3,588.00 

1,386.00 

s 22.00 

75,687.75 

812.00 

107.41 

379.46 

173.54 

3,484.06 

1,689.26 

585.00 

57.49 

73.39 

1,045.00 

337.00 

112.00 

51.45 

1,182.24 

143.00 

44.00 

1,147.00 

2,809.80 

10.00 

260.85 

4,393.00 

466.00 

7,064.54 

1,463.00 



55 



CONSERVATION COflMISSION 



The Pelham Conservation Commission has been the recipient of a 
transfusion in the past yearn one that we hope will lead us to fresh 
ideas and improved relations with the residents of Pelham. 

Our Chairman! Alice Kirbyi has served with the board for several 
yearsi and her guidance and experience have proven an invaluable 
source of knowledge- University of Lowell Professor Robert Hathieu 
has also been a member of our commission for some timei and his 
expertise as well as valuable water study testing has been a major 
advantage to Pelham. 

Other than these two seasoned membersi the Commission has taken 
on a rather transformed appearance. Five new members were appointed 
in the past year and a halfn all of whom possess an enthusiasm for 
monitoring Pelham's country appearancei while allowing the town to 
grow at a suitable pace. 

Secretary-Treasurer Cheryl Koch and Historian Anita Greenhalgh 
worked long and hard last summer preparing for our Old Home Day 
booth in September- Our purpose is to provide the people of Pelham 
with knowledge of conservation mattersn and this exhibit created a 
worthy and well-received means of doing so- liJe distributed pamphlets 
and provided film demonstrations of conservation-minded topics 
which were obtained by (Irs- Koch at no cost to the town. 

Edward Perkinsi an all-around involved Pelham resident and Senior 
Citizen Center officern has proven to be a concerned conservationist t 
writing to state organizations asking for pine sapplings which the 
commission may soon distribute free to town residents. 

Gail Plouffen a Castle Hill Road resident whose voice was heard 
on septic system violations in her neighborhood! has recently joined 
our boardi as has Robert Charestn an experienced publicist who hopes 
to keep the Pelham citizenry informed of our progress and aware of 
our conservation programs. 

Former members Arthur Reichert served as an alternate member of 
the Pelham Planning Board before his move from towni and former 
member Robert Hayes was the influential source in setting up a 
junk car removal campaign. 

Any Pelham resident wishing to have a junk car removed free of 
charge can do so by contacting any of three auto recyclers in town - 
Coombs' Auto at b3S-3DM3i Jean-Guy's at ti3S-7171i or State Line 
Motors at bSS-TlTl. The program was set up to make Pelham residents 
aware that there is an alternative to keeping an unregistered auto- 
mobile on their property! by having it removed at no cost. 

lile have also completed our first literary endeavor and had it 
distributed in the town's lower grade school. Prof. Hathieu and 
Chairman Kirby both contributed to this first attempt with interest- 
ing articles on water study programs and recycling! respectively. 
Copies of the pamphlet are available on request. 

Our major endeavor of IT??! and one that we will continue well 
into n7fi and future yearsn is advocacy of recycling at the town's 
new incinerator. As a conservation board! we feel that recycling 
is a way of protecting our fragile environment and insuring the 
benefits of technology for our children and their offspring. 

Recycling is everyone's concern! since it affects everyone. By 
not recycling! we risk running out of valuable natural resources in 



56 



the very ne 
possibility 
garbage hea 

Many pe 
neighbors a 
where one p 

The ave 
tributed by 
1-.0QD pound 
of PelharriT 
and recycla 

Recycli 
facture old 
down on the 
way back to 
commensurat 
ting inflat 
everything! 

Recycli 
is the hard 

The Con 
will keep i 
One of the 
wilderness 

Ue hope 
of our long 
program dev 
and childre 

Include 
cide equipm 
save these 

To make 
tersn we ho 
approve of 
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environment 

The com 
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budget on t 

LJe hope 
arQ for the 
goal* Ue h 
we once had 



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the 
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why th 
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efforts 
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uding wood and metal* Ue also fuel the 
ham into one major trash metropolis with 
its perimeter* 

ey should recyclei because they feel their 
heir trash* But this is one instance 

do make a major dent in ecology matters* 
cording to a source separation report dis- 
onmental Protection Agencyi produces about 
he course of a year* bJen the residents 

more than 3tSDQ tons of trash this yeari 
up approximately TSD tons of that trash* 

ion of this will help companies to remanu- 

or newspapersn or bottlesi thus cutting 
vide new resources* This will make its 
who can expect stable price increases 

of livingn and not outrageous skyrocket- 
ed in the early seventies with practically 
clables such as paper products and aluminum 

y difficult* Making up your mind to do it 

ssion also hopes that Pelham residents 
eir beautiful New Hampshire environment* 
iving in this state is its undeveloped 
uty * 
ents in touch with this advantage* One 

to implement an environmental awareness 
m resident Julia Steed for both adults 



mission 
y becaus 
he floor 

you wil 

good of 

ope to m 



budget this year is provision for Elm tree fungi 
h we hope to utilize on residents' trees and 
landmarks for years to come* 

mission members more aware of conservation mat- 
youn the residents and town meeting votersi will 
ubscriptions to several New Hampshire wildlife 

will make us more knowledgable in important 
rs* 

was settled into a rather abrupt dormancy last 
e we were unprepared for presentation of our 
of town meeting last (larch* 

1 support our endeavors this year* They truly 

the town* "Conservation" is our namen and our 
aintain what we haven and maybe bring back what 



Respectfully submitted! 

Mice Kirbyi Chairman 

Marianne Thompsoni Selectman Rep 

Cheryl Kochi Seci^etary-Treasurer 

Anita Greenhalghi Historian 

Robert Charest 

Robert (lathieu 

Edward Perkins 

Gail Plouffe 

57 



MINUTES OF ANNUAL TOWN MEETING 

March 8, 1977 

SUMMARY 

The Moderator , Philip McColgan, opened the meeting at 10:00 a.m. 
and read the opening of the warrant. The voters proceeded to 
elect officials for 1977 and to decide three articles, two deal- 
ing with Zoning Ordinance Amendments and one with the size of 
the Board of Selectmen. The Zoning Articles (2 and 3) passed. 
Article 4 was defeated. 

The second session was called to order at 7:30 p.m. on March 10. 
The following articles were discussed and acted upon. 

Article 5, Reports (none) 

Article 6, Prepayment of Taxes (passed) 

Article 7, Borrowing in anticipation of Taxes (passed) 

Article 8, Town Budget (each item considered individually and 
passed as shown in this year's Budget Report under "Appro- 
priations Previous Fiscal Year", contained elsewhere in this 
report. 

Article 9, Administrative Assistant (passed) 

Article 10. Conservation Commission, Retain Unexpended Funds 
(passed) 

Article 23, Police Dept. Call-Check Unit (passed) 

Article 11, Fire Departmant, Place Unexpended Funds in Capital 
Reserve (passed) 

Article 26, HUD Funding (passed) 

Article 13, Regional Planning (passed) 

Article 14, Salem Mental Health (passed) 

Article 15, Merrimack Valley Home Health (passed) 

Article 16, TRA Highway Funds (passed) 

The meeting was adjourned at 11:17 p.m. to 7:30 p^jn. on March 14. 

SECOND SESSION 

March 14, 1977 

The Moderator called the meeting to order at 7:30 p.m. The voters 
proceeded to act on the following: 



Article 17 
Article 18 
Article 21 
Article 19 
Article 20 
Article 24 
Article 25 
Article 12 
Article 27 
Article 28 
Article 29 
Article 30 



Library Capital Reserve Fund (passed) 

Library, Carpeting and Furniture (defeated) 

Gibson Cemetery Fence (passed) 

Sherburne Road Reconstruction (passed) 

Fire Truck Capital Reserve Fund (passed) 

C.E.T.A. (passed) 

Koehler Land (passed) 

Planning Assistant, C.E.T.A. (passed) 

Revenue Sharing (passed) 

Increase Library Trustees (passed) 

Hazardous Pits (passed) 

Hazardous Pits (passed) 



58 



Article 31, Hazardous Pits (passed) 

Article 32, Senior Citizen's non-exclusive use (passed) 

Article 33, Campaigning Distance (postponed) 

Article 34, Retaining Character of Old Cemeteries (passed) 

Article 35, Mutual Aid Agreements (passed) 

Article 36, Apply for State or Federal Funds (passed) 

The 1977 Annual Town Meeting was adjourned at 10:25 p.m. 

SPECIAL TOWN MEETING 

November 22, 1977 

SUMMARY 

Meeting was called to order at 7:40 p.m. with the Pledge of 
Allegiance to the Flag. All non-registered voters were re- 
cognized by the Moderator and asked to refrain from taking 
part in the meeting. Mr. McColgan, the Moderator, read the 
Warrant for the meeting and the floor was opened to discussion 
on the one article in the Warrant. 

Mr. James Powers, Chairman of the Budget, Committee, spoke on 
the article and gave the reports from the Budget Committee. 
Selectman Harold Lynde spoke in favor of the article stating 
the need for the fire truck and felt that it was in the best 
interests of the town to acquire it. 

Mr. Norman Lawrence requested a secret ballot on the article 
and obtained the required signatures to do so. The Moderator 
re-read the article and the figure of $35,500.00 was moved 
and seconded. Mr. Lynde amended the figure to read $29,031.55. 
This was seconded. After further discussion on the amendment, 
the question was called and seconded. Voting on the amended 
figure of $29,031.55, by secret ballot, began with the following 
results announced by the Moderator: 

117 Ballots Cast 
80 Yes Ballots 
37 No Ballots 

The Moderator declared the vote affirmative. It was moved, 
seconded and passed that the meeting adjourn at 8:55 p.m. 



59 



BUILDING PERMIT AND ZONING VARIANCE INFORMATION 

Due to the large number of inquiries and several problems, the 
Selectmen provide the following for your ready reference: 

A, Riiildinf Permits will be required in the following instances: 

1. Whenever the estimated value of the work to be done under 
the permit is greater than five hundred dollars (S500.00). 
(Estimated value is defined as the reasonable value of all 
services, labor, materials and use of scaffolding and other 
appliances or devices entering into and necessary to the 
prosecution and completion of the work ready for occupancy; 
provided that the cost of excavation or grading and of paint- 
ing, decorating or other work that is merely for the embell- 
ishment or not necessary for the safe and lawful use of the 
building or structure, is not deemed a part of such estimated 
cost. ) 

2. Whenever an alteration or addition affects the structural 
integrity of a building by cutting, removing or otherwise 
altering any carrying member or by adding any carrying 
surface. 

3. Whenever an addition increases the outside dimensions of the 
building. 

4. An Electrical Permit will be required whenever any new wiring 
is done. 

B. The most common types of variance requested are: 

1. Lot size (minimum one acre for single family unit, two acres 
for two family). 

2. Front footage (minimum two hundred feet). 

3. Divelling or building set back from roads and property lines. 

4. Use of the property for other than recognized professions, 
truck or home gardens, manufacture of food products, or craft 
products and employing more than four persons in addition to 
the owner or tenant. 

5. Operating a junk yard. 

6. Minimum building area (750 sq. feet) for a residence. 

7. Operating a business in a residential zone, except as pro- 
vided in 4 (above). 

8. Change in nonconforming use. 

Copies of Zoning Ordinances, Building Codes, Site Review Regulations 
and Septic System Approval Ordinances are available for inspection 
at the Selectmen's Office. If you think you might require a variance 
or have any questions regarding zoning procedures, please contact the 
Selectmen's Office. 



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1978-79 

BUDGET FORM FOR SCHOOL DISTRICTS WHICH HAVE ADOPTED 
THE PROVISIONS OF THE MUNICIPAL BUDGET LAW 



PELHAM 



.SCHOOL DISTRia 



DISTRIBUTION OF FORMS 

BUDGET (RSA 32:7): Forward one signed copy of the budget as approved by 
the Budget Committee to the State Dept of Rev. Admin. 



RSA 32:5 PREPARATION OF BUDGETS. Selectmen, school boards, village district commissioners, all government- 
al officers, and department heads, including officers of such self sustaining departments as water, sewer, and electric 
departments shall prepare a statement of estimated expenses and receipts for the ensuing fiscal year and submit the 
same to the budget committee at such time as the budget committee shall fix. Department heads and other officers 
shall submit their departmental statements of estimated expenditures and receipts to their respective governing 
boards before submission thereof to the budget committee. All moneys appropriated by the town, school district or 
village district shall be stipulated in the budget on a "gross" basis, showing revenues from all sources, including 
grants, gifts, bequests and bond issues, as offsetting revenues to appropriations affected. Upon receipt of the fore- 
going estimates of expenditures and receipts, the budget committee shall confer with selectmen, school boards, 
village district commissioners, and other officers and departments relative to estimated costs, revenues anticipated, 
and services performed; and it shall be the duty of all such officers and other persons to furnish such pertinent in- 
formation to the budget committee. The budget committee shall thereafter prepare budgets according to forms 
prescribed by the commissioner of revenue administration for town expenditures, school district expenditures and 
village district expenditures. It shall hold at least one public hearing on each budget, not later than 25 days before 
each annual or special meeting, public notice, and time of which shall be given at least 7 days in advance. After the 
public hearing, the budget committee shall prepare and submit to the selectmen for them to post with the town 
warrant 2 copies of the budget prepared for the town at least 20 days before the annual town meeting. It shall like- 
wise prepare and submit to the school board, or village district commissioners 2 copies of a school district or village 
district budget to be acted upon at the school district or village district annual meetings at least 20 days before said 
annual meetings for posting by the school board or the village district commissioners with the warrants for their res- 
pective meetings. The budget committee shall not insert additional purposes of expenditures in any recommended 
budget at or after the public hearings required in this section, without first holding one or more public hearings on 
supplemental budget requests for town, school district or village district expenditures. 

SEE INSTRUCTIONS FOR COMPLETING FORM ON PAGE 4 



B— 1 



SECTION 1 






i Recommended o„K^n-*-+-«^ 
' iq78 79 Submitted 


' For use 


by 


PURPOSE or APPROPRIATION 


^ APPROVED 
BUDGET 

1977-78 


■f 1 y / o- / y 

! 


' Without 
Recoumiendatio 


Dept. of 
n Revenue 


100. 


Administrofien 


: X X X X 


X 


X X X X 1 X 


X X X X 


X li X X X X 


X 


no. Salaries 


1 3.270 


00 


3.370 


00 




II 




135. Contracted Services 


; '5. 61^5 


00 


'5,790 


00 
00 


1 




1 


190. Other Expenses 


; 2.000 


00 


2,234 


1 , 








200. 


Inttrvctien 


1 X X X X 

1 — ■ 


X 


X X X X 


X 


X X X X 


X 


i X X X X 


X 


210. Salaries 


1.329. 038 


00 


1.386.154 


00 










215. Textbooks 


! 29.232 


00 


32.367 


00 










220. Library & Audiovisual Materials 


18,000 


00 


19,634 


00 










230. Teaching Supplies 


60.000 


00 


65.000 


00 










235. Contracted Services 


7.760 


00 


10.386 


00 






I 




290. Other Expenses 


15,3^5 


00 


16.250 


00 










300. 


Attendance S«rvice« 


















400. 


Heolth Services 

1 


27.^77 


00 


29.244 


00 






■ 




500. 


Pupil Trontpertatien 


177,362 


00 


18 5. 789 


00 










600. 


Operation of Plont 


X X X X 


X 


X X X X 


X 


X X X X 


X 


X X X X 


IC 




610. Salaries 


10^.419 


00 


106.384 


00 












630. Supplies 


16.8Z^S 


00 


13.575 


00 










635. Contracted Services 


3,200 


00 


2,900 


00 










640. Heat 


26,327 


00 


32,120 


00 










645. Utilities 


118.000 


00 


100. 517 


00 










W.A. 


*«ftxx5atbBofegB«t5ei Mas. Doors 






900 


00 










700. 


Maintenance of Plant 


22.11^ 


00 


33, 562 


00 










•00. 


Fixed Chargot 


X X X X 


X 


X X X X 


X 


X X X X 


X 


X X X X 


X 


850. Employee Retirement & F.I.C.A. 


116.192 


00 


127.790 


79 










855. Insurance 


90,479 


00 


91,118 


07 










W. A. 


3gKWcx«» Mag. Doors 






1.770 


00 










W. A. 


<9fixxfithax}fiqBuacsi Bus Pickup 






1,7'55 


00 










900* 


School Lunch A Spoc. Milk Program 


53.950 


00 


97.86b 


00 










1000. 


Studont-Body Activities 


25.953 


00 


26^806 


00 










1100. 


Community Activities 


















1200. 


Capital Outlay 


X X X X 


X 


X X X X 


X 


X X X X 


X 


X X X X 


X 


/ 


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/ 


1266. Buildings 


















1267. Equipment 


?j221 


00 


7,?7'^ 


on 










1300. 


Debt Service 


X X X X 


X 


X XX^ 


X 


X X X X 


X 


X X X X 


X 


1370. Principal of Debt 


220,000 


00 


220. 000 


00 










1371. Interest on Debt 


126,423 


00 


115.210 


00 










1 390. Other Debt Service 


















1477. 


Outgoing Transfer Accounts in State 1 


X X X X 


X 


X X X X 


X 


X X X X 


X 


X X X X 


X 


1477.1. Tuition 


6.000 


00 


6,in«^ 


no 










1477.2. Transportation 


















1477.3. Supervisory Union Expenses 


63.130 


00 


77.870 


% 










1477.5. Payments into Cap. Res. Funds 


















1477.9. Other Expenses 


















147«. 


Outgoing Transfer Acc'ts. out of State 


X X X X 


X 


X X X X 


X 


X X X X 


X 


X X X X 


X 


1478.1. Tuition 


















1478.2. Transportation 


















1478.9. Other Expenses 


















1479. 




80,158 


00 


83,432 


00 








1600. 


Adulf Education 
















1700. 


Summor School 
















1900 


OaoQfiiQpuiBiKfiixEcbc Federal Funds 





00 


34.000 


00 








Deficit Approp. 
















Supplemental Approp. 
















W. A. 


Additional Staff 


16.000 


00 


16,300 


00 








W. A. 


Speech P^ttholo^ist 






5,000 


00 








TOTAL APftOPtlATIONS 


2,755,510 


00 


12^558. 46j§_ 


62 









'FCDCnAL ft DISTRICT FUNDS 



B— 2 









Estimated 


Revenues 




SECTION II 


APPROVED 
REVENUES 

1977-78 


Budget 
Committee 
1978-79 


For use by 
Dept. of 
Revenue 


REVENUES & CREDITS AVAILABLE 
TO REDUCE SCHOOL TAXES 


UNENCUMBERED BALANCE 


37,586 


53 


1 






R*v«nu* from Stot* Sources: 


X X X X 


X 


X X X X 


X 


X X X X 


X 


Sweepstakes 


28,510 


59 


28.000 


00 






Foundation Aid 


137.024 


52 


110.000 


00 






School Building Aid 


66, 000 


00 


66,000 


00 






AiBa>tfstocDadxaaat(5riQXS5^ Child Benefit Seirvice 


10,000 


00 


10,000 


00 






Driver Education 


^,000 


00 


4,000 


00 






tetBtteJCKKCtopeaooteat Foster Children Aid 


800 


00 


800 


00 






Gas Tax Refund 





00 


2,500 


00 






Vocational Transportation 





00 


4,000 


00 






R«v«nu« from Federal Sources: 


X X X X 


X 


X X X X 


X 


X X X X 


X 


NDEA-Title Ill-Sc.ence, Math & Lang. 














NDfcA-Title V-Guidonce & Testing 














Vocational Education 





00 


6,000 


00 






National Forest Reserve 














Flood Control 














Sch. Lunch & Special Milk Program 


38,000 


00 


80,000 


00 






PL815 (Impacted Area-Cap. Outlay) 














PL 874 (Impacted Area-Cur. Oper.) 












PL8<>-l6(eSEA) 





00 


26.000 


00 




Mini Grants 





00 


2,000 


ool 




CETA 


33.079 


00 





00 




Local Rovonuo Except Taxes: 


X X X X 


X 


X X XX 


X 


1 X X X X 


X 


Tuition 


5,000 


00 


8,010 


001 




ibusJcfarockkKMXDe Driver Ed. Tuition 


^.000 


00 


3.000 


00 




Rent 





00 


100 


oo[ 




Other Revenue from Local Sources 


100 


00 


3.000 


ool 




Custodial Salary Revenue 





00 


2.000 


ool 




Bonds-Notes A Capital Res. Funds: 


X X X X 


X 


X X X X 


X 


1 X X X X 


X 


Bond or Note Issues 












Withdrawals from Cap. Res. Funds 












TOTAL SCHOOL REVENUES and CREDITS 


364,100 


64 


355,^10 


ool 




mcTPirr a^c^^memt -^ ^ 


^ 391,409 


36 


2.603.058 


62 






TOTAL APPROPRIATIONS 

J 1 


i, 755, 510 


00 

L . ... 


2,958,468 


621 





Detail on items under Capital Outlay in 1978-79 Budget to be financed by bonds, notes and/or withdrawals from 
capital reserve funds; 



PURPOSE 



AMOUNT 



1978-79 

OF 



BUDGET OF THE SCHOOL DISTRICT 



PELHAM 



. N. H. 




T^af^ Februa-rv 1 '^ 1978 



:?v-^ 



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-2^;^^ 



B-3 



ANNUAL REPORT 



of the 



School Board, Treasurer, Auditors, Budget Committee 
Superintendent and Department Heads 

of the 

SCHOOL DISTRICT OF PELHAM, N.H. 

for the 



YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 1977 



DISTRICT OFFICERS 



Moderator 
Clerk . . 



Philip Currier 
Dorothy Hill 



SCHOOL BOARD 



Grace O'Hearn, Chairman 
Dr. Connie Lanseigne-Case 
Frederick Houle 
John Richardson 
John Woodbury 



Term expires 1980 

Term expires 1979 

Term expires 1978 

Term expires 1979 

Term expires 1980 



Treasurer Dorothy Hill 

Auditors State Auditors 

Superintendent of Schools Henry E. LaBranche 

Assistant Superintendent Frank A. Kaffel 

Special Services Coordinator Giacomo J. Agati 

Principal Dennis Goyette 

Principal DeVJayne Howell 

Principal Paul Phinney 



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REPORT OF THE SCHOOL BOARD 



The annual school board report to the town allows its chairman 
several options. First, he may point with pride to some of the accom- 
plishments of the school system during the year and secondly he may 
touch on some of the problems yet to be solved and on some of the yet 
unmet needs of the system for the future. 

The althletic facilities of the high school have been vastly 
improved for both the students and the townspeople by the addition of 
four day and night tennis courts. The school board thanks the Prentice 
Robinsons for their donation which made these courts possible. 

Another physical improvement was the addition of a smoke-fire 

detection system installed in each of the three schools. This system 

is tied into the police-fire dispatch switchboard affording twenty-four 
hour protection to the schools. 

But of course that is really important is the quality of education 
within these buildings. One measure of success is the composite scores 
of the SRA testing program. Dramatic improvements have been shown in 
all grade levels, one through eight, with particular improvement in 
Language Arts and Math. A continuing program of curriculum development 
with goals and programs for each year set up by the school administrate 
and teachers with special attention to those areas determined to have 
previous weaknesses seems to be the chief reason for the improvements. 
This program will continue. 

The high school sees its first graduating class this spring which 
has spent its entire high school career at Pelham High School. The 
students going on to further education averages better than 50% which 
is considered very good. The drop-out rate for Pelham High remains 
minimal which I consider commendable. The accreditation committees wit' 
representatives from the administration, teachers, parents and students 
have been meeting regularly working toward a goal of re-accreditation 
by May of 1979. 

Enrollment has, at least temporarily, stabilized. Total enroll- 
ment in September of 1976 was 1916; in September 1977 it was 1936. 
Grades 1 through 4 decreased from 634 to 632; grades 5 through 8 
increased from 613 to 615; grades 9 through 12 increased from 669 to 
689. If this trend continues, facilities will be adequate without 
further building programs needed. 

Some concerns include the resignation of Anthony Conte as Principa. 
of Pelham Memorial School. His loss is deeply felt. He has been 
capably replaced by Dennis Goyette, former Assistant Principal at 
Memorial School. Ray Floryan was appointed Assistant Principal at the 
Memorial School. 



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Report of the School Board 

The implementation of federal law regarding handicapped 
children, PL 94-143, which requires a free, appropriate public 
education for all handicapped children between the ages of 3 and 18 
not later than September 1, 1978 also causes concern. By September 1, 
1980, the same education must be provided from ages 3 to 21. The 
Pelham School District is meeting its present responsibilities under 
the direction of a Supervisory Union Special Needs Coordinator, who is 
planning and initiating the required programs. Continued funding must 
be met and approved by the School District voters. 

Teacher turnover is still a major problem with too many of the 
better teachers leaving for neighboring systems with more attractive 
salary schedules. Continuing efforts to remedy this situation must 
be made by the residents of the district to ensure stability of the 
school system. 

The thanks of the board to the many concerned parents, volunteer 
workers, police and fire departments, highway department, staff and 
administrators, including our Superintendent, Henry E. LaBranche, whose 
tireless work is deeply appreciated. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Grace C. O'Hearn, Chairman 

SUPERINTENDENT'S REPORT 

To the School Board and Citizens of Pelham: 

I submit to you my third annual report as Superintendent of 
Schools . 

During this past chool year, the school district was fortunate 
to have resolved its employee problems with the signing of a new 
collective bargaining agreement. However, the problem of retaining 
and recruiting experienced staff still persists as we not only compete 
with surrounding New Hampshire districts but those in Massachusetts 
as well. The school district is making steady progress to upgrade 
its' salary schedule to a competitive level and it is hoped that 
this progress will continue. 

The Commissioner of Education, Dr , Robert Brunelle, is making a, 
concerted effort to provide the leadership and guidelines for the 
State to implement a competency based curriculum. In essence, all 
school districts will have to identify, teach and measure through 
testing procedures the basic skills achievement, of all students. 
Particularly, the State will probably require testing at grades 4, 
8 and 12. It is hoped that this accountability will help parents and 
students to better understand not only the function and role of the 
school but the needs and abilities of each child. 



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To that end, the staff and administration, are completing the 
final stages of our curriculum development in Language Arts and 
Mathematics. Our model will be integrated with the general guide- 
lines that are mandated by the State by correlating program objectives 
and anticipated student results. 

With the addition of Mr. Agati, Special Services Coordinator* 
we are able to provide a comprehensive and responsive service to 
the development of individual educational plans and appropriate 
placements for all students identified as handicapped, Because of 
our own emphasis on placing special needs students in the least 
restrictive educational setting, we are proposing the addition of a 
learning disabilities program at the E. G, Sherburne School. 
Hopefully, the district will see fit to support the additional staff 
needed to service properly the already existing students at the 
elementary school. 

Concerning other events during the past year, we are particularly 
pleased to have Mr. Dennis Goyette assume the pr incipalship of the 
Memorial School as our dedicated and able Mr. Conte chose to leave 
the field of education. Also, the addition of several new and 
previous teachers to our instructional staff has helped to enhance 
the existing dedicated and competent staff. 

Finally, I would take this opportunity to express my 
appreciation to all employees of the district for consistent and 
quality efforts to make our district more responsive to the needs 
of children. To the School Board, I extend my continued support 
to work cooperatively in meeting the challenges of the district. 



Sincerely , 



Henry E , LaBranche 



REPORT OF THE ASSISTANT SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS 



Dear Mr. LaBranche: 




Pelham has been the recipient of a number of Federal alloca- 
tions and grants during the past few years. Title I, a Federal 
Program which allows districts to hire aides and tutors to hel^p 
students in the Language Arts and Math areas has been with us for 
a while. Students are definitely benefiting from this program and 
hopefully this program will be with us for some time to come. 

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Title I¥, which has two parts; part B is based on allocations 
and a fixed amount is given to individual districts each year with 
the money being used for library materials and software. Part C 
has four parts which are competitive and range from a $2,000.00 
mini-grant to a $30,000.00" three year model Developmental Grant. 
This year Pelham High was issued a $2,000.00 mini-grant which basic 
theme was Career Education. The High School has been in the process 
of ordering and receiving different software and other materials 
for the media center. 

Last February, the Southern New Hampshire Services Employment 
and Training Program, C.E.T.A., funded five positions through June 
30, 1977 including two maintenance, one teacher and two aides. 
Unfortunately, we are being funded only one position this year 
although we applied for a total of six. The philosophy exercised 
by C.E.T.A. is one whereby hopefully some of these C.E.T.A. people 
will become employed by the districts or agencies. The duration 
of any C.E.T.A. employee is one year at most. 

The responsibility for fiscal accountability is realistic 
when one works on a daily basis with a budget for the district 
totaling over two and one half million dollars. The expectation 
of being accountable for every purchase is a workable procedure 
and requires constant supervision and scrutiny to keep the checks 
and balances in their proper order. 

The key to this approach is qualified personnel and close 
monitoring tempered with constant supervision. This is extremely 
demanding and time consuming but it is the highest priority of my 
position. The results of our monthly financial statements are 
indicative of this accomplishment. 

A sincere effort is being made to economize and get as much 
as possible for every dollar spent in the best interest of the 
residents of Pelham. 



S incer ely , 



Frank A. Kaffel 



REPORT OF THE SPECIAL SERVICES COORDINATOR 

Dear Mr. LaBranche: 

There is a great deal more involved in the area of Special 
Needs Children in the Public Schools since the passage of Federal 
94:142 and subsequent State regulations, all of which will be in 
full effect September 1978. This far reaching legislation 
influences almost all aspects of the public schools'' involvement 
with children. Since the inception of my position, the duties 
have continued to increase, while still requiring the attention 
")f serving both in and out of district students and parents. 



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Several of the areas that I have been involved with are the 
finalization and obtaining of parent approval for each student's 
Individual Education Plan; at least one visit to all out of district 
programs while our students have been in attendance; at least one 
home visit with every parent of an out of district student; the 
arranging, along with Mr . Leonard, for out of district transportation; 
attending all meetings on the various programs where our students are 
involved; preparation of the 1978-1979 tuition and transportation 
budget requests. Beginning in February, together with the local 
Diagnostic Team we will begin to evaluate each students present program 
and formulate the appropriate program with the parents of the 1978-1979 
school year . 

In the area of in-district students and programs, a wide variety 
of areas have been addressed; a new referral process and staffing 
procedure has been implemented; involvement of myself and SERESC 
personnel whenever a special needs child has been referred; in-district 
special transportation; establish and/or encourage the use of the 
supplemental services team in each of the schools; refinement of the 
referral and I.E. P. process; arrange for the continuation of occupa- 
tional therapy at Sherburne School for needy students; participate as 
a member in the Title I program; preparation of 1978-1979 budget request 
for program development; initial implementation of a new cumulative 
record policy; development of a check sheet with the school nurses for 
recording children's performance on medication to deliver to physicians 
and parents; home visitations and subsequent evaluations and proposals 
to the school board on special cases involving children in the district 
not presently programmed; arrange for our 89:313 funding from the 
State; participation with and coordinating the local supplemental 
service personnel, i.e. resource teachers, counselors, speech therapist, 
and nur se . 

Lastly, time has also been spent in communication with the various 
State Department offices involved with Special Needs Students. 
Currently, we are exploring possible alternative programs^ and the never 
ending process of disseminating information as it pertains to Special 
Needs Students, to schools, administration and parents^ 

There are some areas that will need to be pursued in the next year, 
A series of in'-district and union meetings of supplemental service 
personnel so that we can bring continuity and oneness of goal to the 
various levels of our resource programs. This will also aid to encourage 
the exhange of ideas, techniques, etc. between the various supplemental 
personnel. Another area that the principals and myself are working on is 
the development of some in-house workshops in helping the staff become 
more familiar with the Special Needs Students and how best to meet their 
needs. Finally, I hope to become more involved in the dissemination of 
information and guidelines about Special Needs Students, particularly 
to the community. 

The amount of support and encouragement I have received from staff, 
administration and parents has been exceptional. I view this as a big 
step in developing a joint effort to meet the needs of our students. 

Sincerely , 

Giacomo J. Agati 
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REPORT OF THE PRINCIPAL 



November 1977 



Dear Mr. LaBranche : 

Individualization of instruction to meet student needs continues to 
be the major goal of our educational process at the E. G. Sherburne 
School. This philosophy of education has inspired the professional staff 
and students to strive for excellence in the academic areas. The 
students and staff are to be congratulated for the outstanding achievement 
as measured by the SRA testing of last spring. Every area tested showed 
our students to be substantially above grade level and national average 
for all four grades. 

With the help of Mr. LaBranche, we have developed a scope and 
sequence of skills in Language Arts and Math. This scope and sequence 
establishes a continuous learning process in these areas from Grade 1 
through Grade 9. We are hopeful that in the near future we will follow 
this same process and procedure for all subject areas. In this age of 
accountability, all three schools must continue to cooperate with each 
other if the Pelham District is to continue to provide a quality education 
for all our students. 

Because of needed integration, our specialists no longer function 
separately but must work together as a team to provide diagnostic and 
prescriptive services. Therefore, we formed our Core Evaluation Team. 



The "Core Evaluation Team" (Mr. Richard Blake, Guidance; Mr. David 
Meltzer, Speech; Mrs. Joyce Hamel, Nurse; Mrs. Linda Horan, Resource 
Teacher; Mrs. Elizabeth Shelley, Reading and Mr. DeWayne Howell, Principal) 
provides individualized testing for our students with special needs and 
'an "Individual Educational Plan" for the student in cooperation with each 
student's classroom teacher and parents. In this manner, we work to 
remediate any educational deficiencies and provide for close monitoring 
of the student's progress. 



We have an extensive volunteer aid program of parents, which includes 
both Memorial School and High School students who assist the classroom 
teachers and specialists. Without their assistance we would not be able 
to provide for many individual needs. 

The Title I Program under the direction of Mrs. Elayne Smith has 
one tutor, Mrs. Eleanor Burton and one aid. Miss Melanie Hanlon. This 
program endeavors to provide for the remediation of reading deficiencies 
of our students. This program is totally funded by the Federal Government* 

The Special Services Coordinator for Supervisory Union #28, Mr. 
Giacomo Agati, has added a new dimension to students with special needs. 
He meets with parents, supervises our specialists and insures'that all 
children are receiving an appropriate public school education placement. 

At this time, I would recommend several proposals to improve the 
"^educational environment and opportunities at the E. G. Sherburne School 
.which would also meet the intent of Public Law 94:142. 

The "Head Teacher" position should be changed to an Assistant 
Principal position on a half-day basis with the other half day providing 



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an opportunity to implement a program for our "gifted students". 
At this point, we have accelerated our educational program so each 
grade level does provide academic offerings a full grade level above a 
child's placement by grade; e.g. a fourth grade student who is gifted 
academically can finish fifth grade academic skills within the fourth 
grade. We would like to have a special program for the gifted student 
to challenge those students and to explore learning in the areas where 
they are the most gifted not only the acceleration of academic skills. 

We need a "Learning Disabilities Program" with a certified 
Learning Disabilities Specialist and two aids. This program would 
use a multi-sensory approach to learning and fulfill the SERESC 
(Southeastern Regional Education Service Center Inc.) recommendations 
regarding identified learning disabled students. 

We need a class for the educable mentally retarded students on 
a Union basis (Pelham and Windham), to help reduce the number of 
students being placed in special schools for the educable mentally 
retarded . 

We need more adaptive physical education for children with poor 
gross and fine motor coordination problems. Also, we need more occu- 
pational therapy for children with severe coordination problems which 
reflect other learning deficiencies. 

We need a part-time secretary to assist with the typing of Core 
Evaluations and referral information of the Guidance Department. The 
work load of the Sherburne School secretary has increased beyond what 
should be expected of any one person. 

The other needs at the Sherburne School are in the areas of 
repairs and remodeling of the original building. We need painting, 
new tile floors, shelf space, etc. 

I would take this opportunity to thank the Pelham Lions Club for 
helping fund a program to provide repair to children's teeth of needy 
families. The money they have donated will be matched by a federal 
grant on a dollar-for-dollar basis. 

I, also, would like to thank the P.T.A. for the continued support 
of the fluoridation and cleaning of teeth program under the direction 
of Mrs. Audrey Vorce, Registered Dental Hygienist. 

Finally, I ^ould like to thank Mr. LaBranche, Mr. Kaffel, the 
Pelham School Board and my dedicated staff for their enthusiastic 
support and encouragement in providing for a quality education for the 
students in Pelham. 



DeWayne Howell, Principal 



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REPORT OF THE PRINCIPAL 



December 1977 



Dear Mr. LaBranche : 

It is with great pleasure that I am able to report to you 
that Memorial School is continuing to provide to its' students a 
high quality of education. 

This education, based upon the premise of the total education 
of the student, is one that educates according to the basic 
curriculum and the elective schedule but also does instill upon 
the students a sense of responsibility and a respect for school, 
community, peers and themselves. We attempt to achieve this goal by 
diversified teaching programs (accelerated, departmentalized and self 
contained), fair and consistent discipline procedures and the 
dedication of our staff and personnel. 

However, regardless of how well anything operates, there is 
always room for improvement. Therefore, in order to improve upon 
our programs and to rectify our overcrowded classroom conditions, a 
reorganization of the daily schedule came about this Fall. The 
benefits derived for each student and; that he receives seventeen 
more minutes in classroom instruction per day; he has five 45 minute 
classes rather than the previous four 52 minute classes, as Language 
Arts was divided into Reading and English; and he has six elective 
classes rather than five per week. 



The area of most conce 
several years, is within th 
offered by specialists as p 
report, I have refered to t 
being paramount. If this i 
as responsible educators an 
an increase in personnel is 
the following concerns: Th 
program; Federal and State 
needs students; and our enr 
recommend that consideratio 
teacher and a half time spe 



rn to me 
e additi 
art of o 
he total 
s to be 
d parent 
necessa 
e State 
laws req 
ollment 
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, and it has been a concern for 

onal services that should be 

ur elective program. Within this 

aducation of the students as 
accomplished, and it behooves us 
s to assure that it will, then 
ry. This increase would satisfy 
recommends a complete health 
uire a proper program for special 
is steadily increasing. I 
e to allocate funds for an elective 
uage development pathologist. 



The hot lunch program, under the supervision of Mrs. Velma Houle, 
continues to serve wholesome and balanced meals to our students. More 
than 83% of our students participate in this program. Traditional 
highlights are the Open House, Thanksgiving Dinner and the end of 
the year picnic. Most of the school related meetings have refresh- 
ments provided by the kitchen staff. Our compliments and thanks are 
extended to Mrs. Houle and her staff for their efforts and sonscien- 
t iousness . 

Our school nurse, Mrs. June Groele, a dedicated professional 
continues to serve the students in her position by administering first 
aid and medication for illness with parental and Doctor approval. Eye, 
ear, height and weight screenings are other services she provides as 
well as being involved in parent, teacher, student and administrative 
conferences . 



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Finally, I would be remiss if I did not thank all of those people 
who I feel are responsible for the smooth transition that I have made 
in my role from Assistant Principal to Principal. I sincerely thank 
you, Mr. LaBranche, the school board, the parents, the community, the 
students and most especially my entire staff. Without all the support 
and confidence extended to me thus far, my position might not have been 
as rewarding as it has been. 

Dennis R. Goyette, Principal 



REPORT OF THE PRINCIPAL December 1977 



Dear Mr. LaBranche: 



It is indeed a pleasure, and with a great deal of pride, that I 
report another excellent year at Pelham High School. 

We again experienced an increase in enrollment from 675 to 694. 
We were fortunate to add two new staff positions in Math-Science and 
Social Studies-English to help keep class sizes in these areas 
manageable . 

Our third annual graduation excercise saw 120 young citizens of 
Pelham begin their adulthood. The featured speaker at graduation was 
Dr. Whitmen Pearson. His address, "Pearson's Precepts" focused on the 
"real world" that graduates will face and his optimism that they would 
survive, prosper, and make it a better world for all of us. 

Our academic program was highlighted by more than fifty percent of 
our senior class going on to post-secondary education. This, along 
with young folks joining the services and starting their life's 
vocation, leads us to believe that the benefits of our fine high school 
program are being reaped by our students at Pelham High. 

Our music program put on several successful concerts in addition 
to entertaining the elderly at local nursing homes. 

Both our intramural and extra-curricular programs were active and 
successful. Other activities, such as the winter carnival, Pelham 
All-School Evening, pancake breakfast, spaghetti supper, dances, sales, 
car washes, and various class projects were not only successful in 
spirit but also financially profitable to our students. 

Our inter scholastic athletic teams were competitive, V7ith our 
girls' basketball and boys' soccer teams advancing to state tournament 
play. Our junior varsity cheerleaders were invited to the class "M" 
state tournament in which they placed number ONE. 

The senior banquet held at the Pelham Inn and the Junior-Senior 
Prom held at the Windsor Restaurant were the social highlights of 
the year. 



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One of our present senior students, Hilda Marshall, won the 
distrinction of being a National Merit Scholar Semi-finalist. This 
recognition provides Miss Marshall an opportunity to advance further. 

We, as a high school, are involved in the New England Association 
of Schools and Colleges accreditation process. This self -evaluation 

process will culminate in May of 1979 with our evaluation team 
recommending future accreditation. 

Our comprehensive high school is serving our students well and 
in return the students' response is both gratifying and heartening. 

May I take this opportunity to thank the people of Pelham for 
their continued support. My gratitude also goes out to the entire 
high school staff. Superintendent's Office, School Board and my 
fellow principals for their support of the high school program. A 
special thank you to my Assistant Principal, Mr. Roche, for his 
untiring efforts in a most difficult task. 

We at Pelham High School will continue to strive to keep Pelham 
High the excellent school that it is and make it even better where 
possible . 



Paul Phinney, Principal 



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SCHOOL MSTRICT TREASURER'S REPORT 
For the Fiscal Year July 1, 1976 to June 30, 1977 

SUMMARY 

Cash on Hand July 1, 1976 

(Treasurer's Bank Balance) $ 134,575.43 

Received from Selectmen $ 2,086,640.81 

Revenue from State Sources 252,605.60 

Revenue from Federal Sources 119,229.44 

Received from Tuitions 16,743.06 

Received from all Other Sources 17,386.92 



TOTAL RECEIPTS 2,492,605.83 
TOTAL AMOUNT AVAILABLE FOR FISCAL YEAR 

(Balance and Receipts) 2,627,181.26 

LESS SCHOOL BOARD ORDERS PAID 2,599,173 .55 

BALANCE ON HAND JUNE 30, 1977 

(Treasurer's Bank Balance) $ 28,007.71 



July 29, 1977 Dorothy Hill 

School Treasurer 



HIGH SCHOOL BUILDING ACCOUNT 
For the Fiscal Year July 1, 1976 to June 30, 1977 



Cash on Hand July 1, 1976 $ 3,782.85 

Received from All Other Sources 222.86 

TOTAL RECEIPTS 4 ,005 . 71 

Balance on Hand June 30, 1977 $ 4,005.71 



July 29, 1977 Dorothy Hill 

School Treasurer 



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REPORT OF REVENUE ADJUSTMENT 
FROM 
DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE ADMINISTRATION 



Concord, N.H. 03301 
November 28, 1977 

Your report of appropriations voted and property taxes to 
be raised for the 1977-78 school year has been approved on the 
following basis: 

Total appropriations $2,755,510.00 

Revenues and Credits 

Unencumbered Balance 37,586.53 

Sweepstakes 28,510.59 

Foundation Aid 137,024.52 

School Building Aid 66,000.00 

Driver Education ' 8,000.00 

Child Benefit 10,000.00 

Foster Children Aid 800.00 

School Lunch & Special Milk Program 38,000.00 

Other Revenue From Federal Sources - CETA 33,079.00 

Tuition 5,000.00 

Other Revenue from Local Sources 100.00 

TOTAL REVENUES AND CREDITS 364,100.64 

DISTRICT ASSESSMENT 1977 2,391,409.36 

TOTAL APPROPRIATIONS 2,755,510.00 



STATE TAX COMMISSION 

Lloyd M. Price, Commissioner 



S15 



PELHAM SCHOOL LUNCH PROGRAM 
Financial Statement 

July 1, 1976 to June 30, 1977 



Balance - July 1, 1976 $ -12.08 

RECEIPTS 

Lunch Sales - Children $ 66,390.77 

Lunch Sales - Adult 4,025.81 

Milk Sales - Children 7,550.29 

Milk Sales - Adult 424.95 

Reimbursement 84,620.95 

District Appropriation 12,775.40 

Blue Cross Appropriation 1,446.63 

Child Benefit 5,642.60 

Miscellaneous Cash 2,221.81 

Snatk Bar Sales 19,409.15 



Total Receipts $ 204,508.36 

Total Available $ 204,496.28 



EXPENDITURES 

Food 

Milk 

Labor - Adult 

Labor - Children 

Equipment 

Expendible Supplies 

Snack Bar Food 

Snack Bar Labor 

Miscellaneous Other Expense 

Utility Expense 

Total Expenditures $ 196,950.03 

Balance - June 30, 1977 $ 7,546.25 



$ 62,712, 


.72 


37,742, 


.01 


64,514, 


.02 


145, 


.10 


1,500, 


.00 


6,650, 


.96 


12,615, 


.80 


1,900, 


.89 


8,845, 


.13 


323, 


.40 



31^ 



PELHAM SCHOOL LUNCH PROGRAM 



BALANCE SHEET 



Fiscal Year Ending June 30, 1977 



ASSETS 



Cash on Hand 

Accounts Receivable: 

District Appropriation 

Reimbursement due Program 

Reimbursement due Program - June 

Child Benefit 

Blue Cross - June 

Food Inventory - June 30, 1977 

Supplies Inventory - June 30, 1977 



$ 1 


,546, 


.25 


4 


,422, 


.60 


10 


,687, 


.48 


2 


,000, 


.00 Estimate 




62, 


.40 




177, 


.17 


10 


,726, 


.98 


2 


,447, 


.81 



Total Assets 



$ 17 ,349.65 



Total Liabilities and Working Capital 



$ 17,349.65 



315 



other 0.6% 

Body Activit 
0.8% 

Lunc 
4.3% 



Outgoing Tr 
4.7%" 




Transpo 
5% 



Opera 
Maint ena 
7% 



ar ges 



ructional Materials 
4.6% 



7% 



DISTRIBUTION OF SCHOOL DOLLAR 



1977-78 



S16 



Distribution of Superintendent's Salary 



Pelham 62.34 $14,961.60 

Windham 37.66 9,038.40 

State of New Hampshire 3 ,500 . 00 



$27 ,500.00 



Distribution of Assistant Superintendent's Salary 



Pelham 62.34 $13,029.06 

Windham 37.66 7,870.94 

State of New Hampshire 2,350.00 



$23,250.00 



PELHAM ENROLLMENT PROJECTION 





Enrolled 


Enrolled 


Est imated 


Grade 


9/20/77 


1/3/77 


9/78 


1 


174 


167 


175 


2 


162 


163 


160 


3 


136 


139 


170 


4 


160 


157 


145 


5 


139 


140 


170 


6 


158 


160 


149 


7 


161 


159 


168 


8 


157 


160 


171 


9 


170 


173 


190 


10 


176 


172 


169 


11 


182 


174 


170 


12 


161 


154 


178 



1936 1918 2015 



S17 



RECORD OF ANNUAL SCHOOL DISTRICT MEETING 
Wednesday, March 16, 1977 

The annual meeting of the Pelham School District was called 
to order on Wednesday, March 16, 1977 at 7:35 p.m. at the Memorial 
School by Moderator Philip Currier. Rev. Charles Higgins gave the 
invocation. Moderator Currier then led the assembly in the pledge 
of allegiance to our flag. Mr. Currier introduced Clerk Dorothy 
Hill; School Board Members Grace O'Hearn, Chairman Patrick Corbin, 
John Richardson, Ann Blakely and Dr. Constance Lanseigne-Case ; 
Budget Committee Chairman William McFadyen; Superintendent of 
Schools, Henry E. LaBranche and Attorney Lewis Soule. Grace O'Hearn 
asked that Patrick Corbin be recognized for his years of faithful 
service as a school board member. 

Article 2 - Following a brief discussion of the auditors 
report, Mrs. O'Hearn moved to accept reports as printed in the 
Town Report. Passed in affirmative. 

Article 3 - No action taken. 

Article 1 and 10 - The budget committee's recommendations 
were approved with the following exceptions: 

Series 210 - On amendments by Mrs. O'Hearn the first three 
items were raised giving the teachers a 7% increase in salary as 
agreed upon in the teacher negotiations. The new amounts are as 
follows : 

Item 210. IE - $359,659, an increase of $8,737 
Item 210. IM - $377,862, an increase of $9,335 
Item 210. IH - $441,392, an increase of $8,807 

Article 7 - A motion by Michael McLLarkey to table this 
article was defeated. A motion by Daniel Atwood to accept this 
article to hire two new teachers appropriating $16,000 was passed 
in the affirmative. 

Article 4 - A motion by John Richardson to accept this article 
with the following paragraph added was passed in the affirmative. 

To further see if the District will vote to authorize the 
School Board to apply to the Comprehensive Employment Training 
Act, (CETA) , program for funds totaling $33,079 and further 
authorize the School Board to expend such funds in payments to 
CETA employees. 

The amount of $33,079 was approved with the understanding 
that approximately $29,200 will be reimbursed by the Government. 



318 



Record of Annual Meeting 
Wednesday, March 16, 1977 



Page Two 



An amendment by James Powers that such funds are to be 
expended only as authorized by the Municipal Budget Law, Chapter 
32 of the New Hampshire Revised Statutes Annotated was passed 
in the affirmative. 

Item 220 - An amendment by Mr. Broadbent to appropriate no 
money to this series was defeated. An amendment by Mr. Metrano 
to decrease amount to $18,000 was passed in affirmative. 

A motion by Mr. Mclnnis to take up Article 8 at this time 
was defeated. 

Item 230 - An amendment by Mrs. Vautier to decrease amount 
to $54,000 was defeated. $60,000 was approved. 

Item 290 - An amendment by Mr. Eaves to decrease amount to 
$6,430 was defeated. $15,345 was approved. 

Meeting adjourned at 11:10 p.m. to be resumed on Thursday, 
March 17, 1977 at 7:30 p.m. 



ADJOURNED SCHOOL DISTRICT MEETING 

Thursday, March 17, 1977 

The annual meeting of the Pelham School District was resumed 
on Thursday, March 17, 1977 at 7:45 p.m. 

Series 725 - An amendment by Mr. Grue to decrease amount to 
$5,646 was passed in affirmative. 

Series 735 - An amendment by Mr. Grue to decrease amount to 
$4,426 was defeated. $6,426 was approved. 

Series 850 - An amendment by Mrs. O'Hearn to increase amount 
to $202,792 to reflect the salary increases was passed in the 
affirmative . 

Series 1000 - An amendment by Mrs. O'Hearn to increase amount 
to $25,953 was passed in the affirmative. 

Series 1200 - An amendment to decrease amount to $2,000 was 
defeated. An amendment by Mrs. Vautier to decrease amount to $5,329 
was defeated. $7,221 was approved.. 



319 



Adjourned School District Meeting 
Thursday, March 17, 1977 



Page Three 



Article 5 - Passed in affirmative. 

Article 6 - Passed in affirmative. 

The following resolution by John Richardson was adopted: 
Move that the School District Meeting of 1977 be recorded in favor 
of the following proposal, a copy of which is to be forwarded to 
each of Pelham's representatives to the General Court and Senate: 

We propose that the necessary state statutes be amended to 
allow the town or towns of a Supervisory Union to meet together 
in a town meeting format to decide what sum of money will be voted 
to raise and appropriate for the support of the Supervisory Union, 
for the payment of salaries, and for the payment of the statutory 
obligations of the Supervisory Union; that is, to see if the tax- 
payers of the Supervisory Union will vote to accept the Supervisory 
Union budget as prepared by the School Boards of the Union. 

Article 8 - Following considerable discussion, a ballot vote 
using the checklist, was taken and this article to establish a 
football team was defeated 65 to 125. 

Article 9 - A motion by Mrs. O'Hearn to accept article 
increasing the amount to $382, was defeated. 

Article 10 - Total budget approved was $2,755,510. 

A request was made by Norman Lawrence that the School Board 
prepare a detailed report of expenses and budgets for the coming 
year in time for budget hearings and the Town report. 



Respectfully submitted, 

Dorothy Hill 

School District Clerk 



S20 



STATEMENT OF PAYMENTS 



1976-1977 



Salaries of Distric 

Contracted Services 

Other Expenses for 

Cour se Credits 

Textbooks and New P 

Library Books 

Audio Visual Rental 

Films trips 

Maps, Charts and Gl 

Other Audiovisual M 

Teaching Supplies 

Guidance and Testin 

Mus ic 

Art 

Physical Education 

Science 

Reading 

Industrial Arts 

Woodworking 

Electricity 

Home Economics 

Mechanical Drawing 

Business Education 

Weekly Readers 

Math Workbooks 

Office Supplies 

Graduation 

Report Cards and Re 

Postage and General 

Truant Officer 

Physical Exams 

Nurses Supplies 

Nurses Travel 

Contracted Services 

Custodial Supplies 

Rubbish Removal 

Heat 

Gas 

Electricity 

Telephone 

Replace Instruction 

Replace Non Instruc 

Repairs Instruction 

Repairs Non Instruc 

Contracted Services 

Repair Boiler 

Other 

Retirement 

PICA 



t Officers 

for Administration 
Administration 

r ogr ams 



obes 

a t er ials 



and Athletics 



cords 
Expense 



for Transportation 



al Equipment 
tional Equipment 
al Equipment 
tional Equipment 
- Paint 



3 


,270, 


.00 


11 


,302, 


.30 


2 


,000, 


.11 


5 


,423 , 


.00 


26 


,446, 


.41 


14 


,531, 


.60 




470, 


.30 




430, 


.94 




-0- 


- 


1 


,172, 


.51 


18 


,006, 


.88 


2 


,289, 


.94 


2 


,058, 


.03 


4 


,183, 


.87 


1 


,256, 


.85 


3 


,147, 


.93 


4 


,157 


.65 




154, 


.39 


3 


,000, 


.07 




248, 


.34 


3 


,647, 


.55 




410, 


.72 


3 


,783 , 


.88 


1 


,783, 


.48 


2 


,289, 


.40 




695, 


.31 


1 


,155, 


.00 


10 


,692, 


.24 


1 


,017, 


.95 




50, 


.00 




-0- 


- 




968 , 


.41 




360, 


.00 


148 


,285, 


.95 


13 


,968, 


.11 


1 


,890, 


.00 


24 


,308, 


.89 


1 


,016, 


.02 


85, 


,108, 


.84 


1 , 


,163 , 


.19 




858. 


.16 


2, 


,252. 


.00 


1, 


,738. 


.20 


12: 


,722 . 


,03 




627 . 


,31 




865. 


,87 


5, 


,782. 


,38 


28, 


,447. 


,03 


76, 


,781. 


,07 



321 



22, 


,628, 


.34 


49, 


,145, 


.02 


82, 


,565 , 


.01 


14 


,742, 


.00 




795, 


.52 


5; 


,175, 


.09 




162, 


.52 




105, 


.75 




55 , 


.63 


2 


,335, 


.00 


3 


,451, 


.71 


226, 


,000, 


.00 


134, 


,840, 


.00 


5 


,085, 


.83 


58 


,186, 


.26 


46 


,266, 


.03 


1 


,418, 


.20 


41 


,368, 


.07 




489, 


.96 




460, 


.51 


3 


,656, 


.00 


2 


,855, 


.78 


1 


,086, 


.57 




450, 


.00 


20 


,272 , 


.62 


15 


,664, 


.70 



Insurance 

Accident Insurance 

Federal Lunch Monies 

District Lunch Monies 

Other Expenses for School Lunch 

Int er scholas t ic Athletics 

Music 

As semblies 

Awards 

Off icials 

Equipment 

Principal of Debt 

Interest of Debt 

Tuition In State 

Supervisory Union 

Tuition Non Public 

Tutoring 

ESEA Title I 

Power Mechanics 

Driver Education 

Special Services 

Business Machines 

Teacher Workshop 

Professional Membership 

Building 

Child Benefit 



SALARIES FOR INSTRUCTION 

1976-77 

Albert J Andrea 10,834 

Alexandej:, Eugenia 8,942 

Amlaw, Sandra 10^736 

Armstrong, Deanna 9,048 

Avery, Dorothy 12,483 

Ball, ' Vincent' 7 ,876 

Basil, Henry 12,8 96 

Blake. Richard 10,420 

Bolianites, Regina 7,400 

Borry, Betty 10,725 

Boucher^ Marcia, 7^876 

Bourgeois, Margaret 9,048 

Brockbank, Brenda, 7,400 

Bulger, Ann 8,309 

Cares, Joanne 11,158 

Cenatiempo, Nick 8,679 

Cestrone, Michelle 8,510 

Ciottij Robert 7,400 

Coltin, Mary 9,048 

Coltin, Michael 9,670 

Conte, Anthony - 18,500 

Cormier, Joanne 10,156 

Costa, John 11,927 

Cote, Denise 7^400 

322 



Salaries for Instruction (cont.) 



Cr amb , D iane 
Cronin, Stephanie 
Davison, Sandra 
Desilets, Brian 
Devlin, Mary 
Donaldson, Susan 
Doumas, Anthony 
Dowling, Barbara 
Dugan, William 
Eames , Donald 
Eks ter , Mark 
Fairbanks, Gail 
Fisher , Scott 
Fleming, Robert 
Flynn, Mary 
Fox, Linda 
Frederick, Rita 
Geer , Bruce 
Giles , Judy 
Gordon , John 
Gorzkowski, Theodore 
Gotshall, Diane 
Goyette, Dennis 
Grant , Everett 
Guerra, Aniello 
Gunning, Margaret 
Hallowell, Benjamin 
Hannigan, Jerry 
Hatt, Katherine 
Hendry, Edward 
Hogan, Constance 
Homes , Richard 
Howell, DeWayne 
Ilg , Pamela 
Jamr oz , Joyce 
Jones , Sharon 
Jordan, Julia 
Katsoupis, John 
Knight , Suzann 
Koch, Pamela 
Labranch, Dorothy 
Lapointe, Linda 
Lillicotch, Carol 
Lilly, Brenda 
Loughlin, Carol 
Lukitsch, Charlotte 
MacDonald, Ann 
McCarthy, Sandra 
McKenzie, Judith 
McLaughlin, Lorraine 
Maloney, Andrew 
Matarazzo, Maria 
Maucer i , Carol 
Miller , Robert 



7 

9 

9 

10 

8 

2 

9 

12 

9 

12 

7 

11 

7 

8 

10 

12 

11 

8 

9 

11 

8 

7 

13 

8 

8 

11 

6 

8 

8 

13 

9 

12 

17 

11 

9 

9 

11 

lA 

10 

9 

3 

7 

10 

8 

9 

8 
8 
8 
8 
9 
8 
10 
12 



400 
259 
785 
15 6 
510 
320 
787 
846 
048 
308 
876 
580 
876 
943 
736 
458 
815 
721 
048 
580 
276 
876 
880 
310 
310 
791 
363 
679 
476 
244 
417 
189 
300 
541 
880 
417 
815 
539 
159 
998 
280 
400 
578 
814 
459 
650 
679 
890 
679 
520 
417 
310 
420 
807 



325 



Salaries for Instruction (cont.) 



Molnar, Dennis 
Mooney, Jo Ann 
Mconey, Mary 
Morrill, Timothy 
Narlee, David 
Pare, Denise 
Pelletier, Joanne 
Phinney, Paul 
Plummer , Joan 
Provencal, Jane 
Psaledas, Arthur 
Pucciani, Linda 
Quinn, Mary 
Quinn, Nancy 
Rajaniemi, Robert 
Reed, Cathy 
Richardson, Ruth 
Ridlon, April 
Rivard, Carol 
Roche, Robert 
Routenberg, Diane 
Savaris, Anthony 
Shelley, Elizabeth 
Sibilia, Regina 
Sintros, Marina 
Sirois, Robert 
Slozak, Patricia 
Smith, Karen 
Sobolewski, Mary Jane 
Sousa, David 
Sullivan, Terence 
Szczepanik, Sandra 
St. Cyr, Marilyn 
Tucker , Anne 
Vinci, Candice 
Vuono , Peter 
Young, Shirley 



9 


,708 


9. 


,787 


12 


,261 


8. 


,889 


9. 


,312 


9. 


,048 


8. 


,310 


20. 


,000 


6 


,392 


1 


,700 


9 


,839 


10. 


,420 


11 


,369 


8 


,310 


6 


,030 


7 . 


,876 


12 


,261 


7 


,400 


11 


,158 


15 


,800 


9 


,048 


8. 


679 


II5 


,791 


7. 


,876 


10. 


156 


10 


,578 


8. 


,676 


8. 


,889 


1 , 


,400 


8. 


310 


8, 


,310 


1 , 


,400 


9. 


998 


9, 


998 


7 , 


400 


1 , 


400 


10. 


842 


1,104, 


537 .00 



Clerical Salaries : 

Chadwick, Frances 
Corbin, Sandra 
D'Arcangelo, Donna 
Lepine , Diane 
Louf , Rita 
Rutherford, Mary 



Speech Therapist 



2,780 
5,355 
4,200 
2,869 
4,200 
5,235 



24,639 .00 



Mel t zer , David 



13,268 



S24 



Teacher Aides: 



Bellisle^ 111113,11 
Gullbeault, Ellen 
Ives , Lois 
Malonson, Elaine 
Newcomb, Florence 



Nurses : 



4,579 
2,849 
3,885 
4,509 
4,093 



19.915 .00 



Dycharme, Rita 
Gr oele , June 
Hamel , Joyce 



7,700 
8,400 
8,00 
2'4 .I'O'OTOO 



Custodians ; 

Bergeron, Peter 
Boissonneaul t , Gerard 
Boucher , Gerard 
Couillard, Raymond 
Gullbeault, Donald 
Hayes , Clif ton 
Kimball, Thurston 
Mason , George 
Newcomb, Louis 
St. Onge, Paul 
Vaillancour t , Robert 



435 
366 
125 
800 
579 
435 
800 
288 
435 
435 
435 



74,133 ,00 



S25 



SALARIES - SCHOOL LUNCH PROGRAM 



Velma L, Houle 
Ether E. Duarte 
He. lien Orlando 
Helen Spaulding 
Anna Bolduc 
Joyce Jeanson 
Simone Lausier 
Phyllis Robertson 
Nancy Gabour 
Carol Danis 
Marjorie Wright 
Brenda F. Burton 
May Anna Nault 
Claire Anderson 
Ann Bedard 
Linda Lavallee 
Pearl Boucher 
Barbara Lesniak 
Shirley Choquette 
Doris Nobrega 
Nancy Danis 
Frances Marcinkowski 
Elyse Grubis 
Anita Greenhalgh 
Patricia Loiselle 
Shirley Auger 
Priscilla LeMere 



9,010,00 




4,662,00 




Leave of 


Absence 


3,377,00 




3,8 5 6,00 




3,819»00 




3,087.00 




2,030.40 




1,512.00 




1,512,00 




1,512,00 




3,169.75 




3,503,00 




1,944.00 




1,944.00 




1,944.00 




1,512.00 




1., 440. 00 




1,296.00 




1,728.00 




1,728.00 




466.25 




178.50 




18.10 




42.50 




335.70 




565.90 





_S26 



PELHAM SCHOOL DISTRICT 



Salary Schedules 



Janitorial Schedu 


le 


1 


$ 


3, 


.40 




2 




3, 


.60 




3 




3, 


.80 




4 




4. 


.00 




5 




4, 


.20 




6 




4, 


.40 





Maintenance Man 



1 


$ 4.00 


2 


4.20 


3 


4.40 


4 


4.80 


Nurse 


Schedule 





$ 7320 


1 


8020 


2 


8520 


3 


9120 


4 


9420 


5 


9820 



Principal Secretary 






$ 


3, 


.10 


1 




3, 


.23 


2 




3, 


.37 


3 




3, 


.62 


4 




3, 


.79 


5 




4, 


.00 


6 




4, 


.20 


General 








Secretaries 


and Aides 





$ 


2 


.90 


1 




3 


.03 


2 




3 


.16 


3 




3 


.38 


4 :^ 




3 


.58 


5 




3 


.78 


6 




3 


.98 



Lunch Workers 



Director 



Cook Managers 



1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 



8500 

9010 

9640 

10210 

10780 

11360 



Cooks - Bakers 



1 
2 
3 



3.15 
3.57 
3.60 



1 $ 

2 

3 

4 

Part-time 
Employees 



1 
2 
3 



$ 



3 .27 
3.67 
4.07 
4.35 



2.90 
3 .00 
3.15 



Bookkeeper 



1 


$ 3.00 


2 


3 .25 


3 


3.50 


4 


3.85 



S27 




(HomtniBBionrr 



ippartmrut uf Srurnup AftmintBtration 

(Jonrorb. 03301 



Municipal Services Division 
Frederick E Laplante 

Director 



January 12, 1978 



Pelham School District 

c/o Henry E. Labranche, Superintendent 

Supervisory Union No. 28 

Pelham High School 

Pelham, New Hampshire 03076 

Dear Mr. Labranche: 



This communication is intended to serve as a status report 
on the examination made by this Division of the accounts and records 
of the Pelham School District. 

The auditors* report and summary of findings are currently 
awaiting final Division review in keeping with our extablished policy. 
We do not expect to be able to submit a report of this audit prior 
to the publication of the 1977 Annual Report. 

We regret the inconvenience which this may cause. However, 
we fully expect that our report will be finalized and forwarded to 
your office in the very near future. 



Very truly yours 



J<^^ 



'Lorraine F. Racette 
Assistant Director 




LFRrsf 



328 



SCHOOL WARRANT 
The State of New Hampshire 

To the inhabitants of the School District in the Town of Pelham, 
New Hampshire, qualified to vote in District affairs: 

You are hereby notified to meet at the Memorial School in said 
District on the 14th day of March, 1978 at 10:00 a.m. in the forenoon 
to act upon the following questions: 

1. To choose a Moderator for the coming year. 

2. To choose a Clerk for the ensuing year. 

3. To choose one Member of the School Board for the ensuing 
three years . 

4. To choose one Member of the School Board for the ensuing 
year . 

5. To choose a Treasurer for the ensuing year. 

The polls will open at 10:00 a.m. and will close no sooner than 
8 :00 p.m. 

Given under our hands at said Pelham, New Hampshire on this 25th 
day of January, 1978. 

Frederick Houle 
Connie Lanseigne-Case 
Grace O'Hearn 
John Richardson 
John Woodbury 
A true copy of Warrant-Attest: 

Frederick Houle 
Connie Lanseigne-Case 
Grace O'Hearn 
John Richardson 
John Woodbury 



S-29 



SCHOOL WARRANT 
The State of New Hampshire 

To the inhabitants of the School District in the Town of Pelham, 
New Hampshire, qualified to vote in District affairs: 

You are hereby notified to meet at the Memorial School in said 
District on the 22nd day of March, 1978 at 7:30 p.m. to act upon the 
following articles: 

1. To determine and appoint salaries for the School Board and Truant 
Officer and fix the compensation of any other officials or agents of the 
District . 

2. To hear the reports of Agents, Auditors, Committees or Officers 
chosen and pass any vote relating thereto. 

3. To choose Agents, Auditors, and Committees in relation to any 
subject in this Warrant. 

4. To see if the District will authorize the School Board to make 
application for and to accept on behalf of the District and to expend 
any or all grants or other funds for educational purposes which may now 
or hereafter be forthcoming from the United States Government and/or the 
State of New Hampshire. 

5. To see if the District will vote to authorize the School Board to 
accept and to expend in the name of and in behalf of the School District 
gifts for the use of the schools. 

6. To see if the District will vote to raise and appropriate the 
sum of forty-two hundred ($4200) dollars for the purchase of a twenty- 
four (24) horse power diesel tractor front end loader to be used at all 
Pelham Public Schools. (Budget Committee disapproved) 

7. Submitted by Petition. To see if the District will vote to raise 
and appropriate the sum of forty-two hundred ($4200) dollars for the 
purchase of a twenty-four (24) horse power diesel tractor front end loade 
to be used at all Pelham Public Schools. This tractor will be used to 
cut grass, and to grade athletic fields at all three (3) public schools. 
(Budget Committee disapproved) 

8. To see if the District will vote to raise and appropriate the sum 
of nine hundred ($900) dollar's to install four (4) magnetic door holders 
in the main corridor at the Pelham High School as required by the State 
Fire Marshall. (Budget Committee approved) 

9. To see if the District will vote to raise and appropriate the sum 
of one thousand seven hundred seventy ($1770) dollars to install fire 
doors with magnetic door holders in the main corridor at the E.G. 
Sherburne School as required by the State Fire Marshall. (Budget Committ 
approved) 



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10. To see if the District will vote to raise and appropriate the sum 
of sixteen thousand, three hundred ($16,300) dollars in order to implement 
a Learning Disability program at the E.G. Sherburne School. The additional 
staff to include one (1) teacher at a salary of ten thousand ($10,000) 
dollars and two aides at an annual rate of three thousand, one hundred 
fifty ($3150) dollars for each aide. (Budget Committee approved) 

11; To see if the District will vote to raise and appropriate the sum 
of five thousand ($5000) dollars in order to employ a part-time Speech 
Pathologist at the Memorial School. (Budget Committee approved) 

12. To see if the District will vote to appropriate the sum of six 
thousand, two hundred twenty-five ($6225) dollars (representing a portion 
of the premium received by the District when the high school bonds were 
sold) for construction costs at the high school, said six thousand, two 
hundred twenty-five ($6225) dollars expenditure having been previously 
made. (Budget Committee approved) 

13. To see what sum of money the District will vote to raise and 
appropriate for the support of schools, for the payment of salaries, for 
the School District and agents and for the payment of the statutory 
obligations of the District, that is, to see if the School District will 
vote to accept the School District Budget as prepared by the Budget 
Committee or to take any other action thereon. 

14. Submitted by Petition. We the residents of Spring Street, do hereby 
petition the Pelham School District to raise and appropriate the sum of 
$1755 to establish a school bus pickup at the Honor Roll on Spring Street 
for the school year September 1978 to June 1979 to eliminate the need for 
the children trespassing on private wooded property which becomes impassable 
during most of the school year. This sum is equal to the estimated cost 

per day of $9.75 for a total of 180 days. (Budget Committee approved) 

15. To transact any other business that may legally come before said 
meeting . 

Given under our hands at said Pelham the 14th day of February, 1978. 



A true copy of Warrant attest: 



Grace O'Hearn, Chairnian 
Constance Lanseigner-^Case 
Frederick Houle 
John Richardson 
John Woodbury 

Grace O^Hearn, Chairman 
Constance Lanseigne^Case 
Frederick Houle 
John Richardson 
John Woodbury 



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Municipal Services Division 
Frederick E. Laplante 

Director 



July 19, 1977 



SUMMARY OF FINDINGS AND RECOMMENDATIONS 



The School Board 
Pelham School District 
Pelham, New Hampshire 

Gentlemen: 



03076 



Submitted herewith is the report of the annual examination and 
audit of the accounts of the Pelham School District for the fiscal year 
ended June 30, 1976, which was made by this Division. Exhibits as here- 
after listed are included as part of the report. 

SCOPE OF AUDIT 

Included in the examination and audit were the accounts and 
records of the School Board, School District Treasurer and School Lunch 
Program. The records of all School Activities Funds were incomplete. 



FINANCIAL INFORMATION 



General Fund: 



Comparative Balance Sheets - As of June 30, 1975 and June 30, 1976 : 
(Exhibit A-1) 

Comparative Balance Sheets showing the financial condition of 
the General Fund as of June 30, 1975 and June 30, 1976 are presented in 
Exhibit A-1. As indicated therein, the Current Surplus of the District 
increased by $20,428 from $21,966 on June 30, 1975 to $42,394 on June 30, 
1976. 



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Pelham School District July 19, 1977 

Analysis of Change in Current Financial Condition ; 
(Exhibit A-2) 

An analysis of the change in the current financial condition of 
the School District during the fiscal year is made in Exhibit A-2, with 
the factors which caused the change indicated therein. These were as follows; 

Increase in Current Surplus ; 

Net Budget Surplus (Exhibit A-4) $42,394 
Decrease in Current Surplus ; 

Surplus Used To Reduce School Tax 21,966 
Net Increase $20,428 



Comparative Statements of Appropriations and Expenditures - Estimated 
and Actual Revenues : (Exhibits A-3 and A-4) 

Comparative statements of general fund appropriations and 
expenditures, estimated and actual revenues for the fiscal year ended 
June 30, 1976, are presented in Exhibits A-3 and A-4. As indicated by 
the Budget Summary (Exhibit A-4), a net unexpended balance of appropriations 
of $29,250 plus a revenue surplus of $13,144 resulted in a net budget 
surplus of $42,394. 

Capital Projects Funds : 

Comparative Balance Sheets - As of June 30, 1975 and June 30, 1976 ; 
(Exhibit A-5) 

Comparative Balance Sheets showing the financial condition of 
the Capital Projects Funds as of June 30, 1975 and June 30, 1976 are 
presented in Exhibit A-5. As indicated therein, on June 30, 1976 the 
Pelham High School Building Fund was in an overdraft position of $6,255 
and the unappropriated surplus amounted to $10,004. 

Long-Term Indebtedness : 

Comparative Balance Sheets - As of June 30, 1975 and June 30, 1976 : 
(Exhibit A-6) 

Comparative Balance Sheets which disclose the outstanding long- 
term indebtedness of the School District as of June 30, 1975 and June 30, 
1976 are presented in Exhibit' A-6. As indicated therein, the long-term 
indebtedness decreased by $227,000 from $3,303,000 on June 30, 1975 to 
$3,076,000 on June 30, 1976. 



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Felham School District July 19, 1977 

Statement of Debt Service Requirements - As of June 30, 1976 ; 
(Exhibit A- 7) 

A statement of debt service requirements showing annual maturities 
of principal and interest is included in Exhibit A-7. 

TREASURER 

General Fund : 

Classified Statement of Receipts and Expenditures ; (Exhibit B-1) 

A classified statement of General Fund Receipts and Expenditures 
for the fiscal year ended June 30, 1976, made up in accordance with the 
uniform classification of accounts, is presented in Exhibit B-1. 

Capital Projects Funds ; 

Statement of Receipts and Expenditures - Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 1976 ; 
(Exhibits B-2 and B-3) 

Statements showing the activity in the various programs in the 
Capital Projects Funds for the year audited are presented in Exhibits B-2 
and B-3. 

MISCELLANEOUS 

School Lunch Program ; (Exhibit C) 

A statement of the activity in the Pelham School Lunch Program 
Account during the fiscal year is presented in Exhibit C. 

Student Activities Funds : (Exhibits D, E, and F) 

Statements of the activity in the Pelham School District Student 
Activities Funds during the fiscal year are presented in Exhibits D, E, 

and F. 

School Tax Account : (Exhibit G) 

A statement of the School Tax Account with the Town of Pelham is 
included in Exhibit G. As indicated therein, the School District received 
a total of $2,221,521 during the fiscal year under audit. This sum represents 
the amount of $2,121,521 from the 1975-1976 school tax, $1,000 due from the 
1974-1975 school tax, and an advance of $99,000 on the 1976-1977 school tax. 

GENERAL COMMENTS 

District Treasurer ; 

General Fund ; 

R.S.A. 197:23a states "....The treasurer shall keep in 
suitable books provided for the purpose, a fair and 



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correct account of all sums received into and paid 
from the district treasury,..," 

The Treasurer does not maintain a cash receipts and disbursements 
journal as prescribed by the above R.S.A. We recommend that the Treasurer 
immediately set up and maintain a cash receipts and disbursements journal 
as required by R.S.A. 197:23a. 

Long-Term Indebtedness ; 

R.S.A. 33:12 states "The Treasurer of every municipal 

corporation shall keep a register, in such form as may 

be prescribed by the Commissioner of Revenue Administration, 

which shall state the denomination, number and date of 

every bond or note issued by the municipality, the time 

when and place where the principal thereof and the interest, 

if any, thereon are payable and such other information 

as the Commissioner of Revenue Administration may prescribe. 

The Commissioner of Revenue Administration shall inspect 

the register provided for herein, whenever he shall make 

an audit of a municipal corporation." 

The District Treasurer did not maintain a bond and coupon register 
as prescribed in the above statute. We recommend that the Treasurer 
immediately set up and maintain a bond and coupon register as required by 
R.S.A. 33:12. 

Use of Bond Premium and Application of Municipal Finance Act ; 

R.S.A. 33; 3a states "....that any premium received (from 
trie sale of bonds) shall not be used to increase the 
amount to be spent for the purpose for which the loan 
was originally incurred. .. .If a balance remains after 
tne completion of the project or projects for which tne 
debt was authorized, ... .a town, school district or 
village district by a vote of two- thirds of the voters 
present and voting at an annual meeting. ., .may authorize 
the expenditure of the sum or sums on hand, including 
any premiums received, for any purpose or purposes for 
which bonds or serial notes may be issued for an equal 
or longer period of time at anytime which said sum or 
any portion thereof remains available; provided however, 
that,... any balance thereof, including any premium, is 
not appropriated as aforesaid, then the same shall be 
used to pay the principal of the loan as it matures." 

The district received premiums of $10,004 from the sale of bonds 
and used these premiums to increase the total expended for the building 
project whicn is contrary to the aforementioned section of The Municipal 
Finance Act. 



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Municipal Services Division 
Frederick e. Laplante 

Director 



July 19, 1977 



PELHAM SCHOOL DISTRICT 



CERITFICATE OF AUDIT 



This is to certify that we have examined and audited the accounts 
and records of the Pelham School District for the fiscal year ended June 30, 
1976. 

Our examination was made in accordance with generally accepted 
auditing standards and except for the Student Activity Funds of E.G. 
Sherburne School, Pelham Memorial School and Pelham High School, included 
such tests of the accounting records and such other auditing procedures 
as were considered necessary in the circumstances. 

In our opinion, the accompanying balance sheets and statements 
of sources of revenues and expenditures, other than the financial 
statements of the Student Activity Funds, present fairly the financial 
position of the Pelham School District on June 30, 1976 and results of its 
operations for the year then ended, in conformity with generally accepted 
accounting principals applicable to governmental entities, applied on a 
basis consistent with that of the preceding fiscal year. 



Respectfully submitted, 

Frederick E. Laplahte 
Director 
MUNICIPAL SERVICES DIVISION 
DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE ADMINISTRATION 




FEL-.ceh 



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A-1 



LIABILITIES AND CURRENT SURPLUS June 30, 1975 

Appropriations Forwarded ; 

(Exhibit A-3) $ 800 

Town of Pelham : 

Advance - 1976 - 77 
Appropriation 



June 30. 1976 

$ 2,594 



99,000 



Earmarked Funds : 

School Lunch Fund 
Matured Interest Payable 



$ 18,399 
5,822 



24,221 



$ 28,208 
11,583 



39,791 



Total Liabilities 



Current Surplus 



$ 25,021 



21,966 



$141,385 
42,394 



TOTAL LIABILITIES 
AND CURRENT SURPLUS 



$ 46,987 



$183,779 



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EXHIBIT A-1 
PELHAM SCHOOL DISTRICT 
General Fund 
Comparative Balance Sheets 
As of June 30, 1975 and June 30, 1976 



ASSETS 



June 30, 1975 



June 30, 1976 



Cash: 



General Funa 
School Lunch Fund 
With Fiscal Agents 



$ 26,850 
9,588 
5,822 



$134,575 
14,724 
11,583 



$ 42,260 



$160,882 



Accounts Due District: 



From Federal Agencies ; 
E.S.E.A. - Title III 
National School Lunch 



$ 



20 
3,707 



$ 



13,484 



From State of New Hampshire : 
Gas Tax Refunds 
Driver Education 



1,293 
3,080 



From Others : 
Town of Pelham 
Tuition 



1,000 



5,040 



4,727 



22.897 



TOTAL ASSETS 



$ 46,987 



$183,779 



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Pelham School District July 19, 1977 

Inadeqiiate and Incomplete Rec.ords of the Student Activity Funds ' 

Our audit revealed that tHe Stuaent Activity Funds ot E.G. Sherburne 
School, Pelham Memorial School, and Pelham High School were inadequate. The 
activity of the High School Fund was journalized but not balanced. The other 
Student Activity Funds were not journalized. Therefore, receipts and 
disbursements were obtained in total only from bank statements. Also, no 
invoices to substantiate payments from the E.G. Sherburne and Pelham Memorial 
Funds were provided. 

Proper bookkeeping procedures have been discussed with the 
appropriate school officials who will implement these changes effective with 
the fiscal year 1976 - 1977. 

General Fund Receipts Accounted For in High School Activity Account ; 

The receipt of tuition fees from patrons for driver education and 
expenses related thereto have been accounted for in the High School Activity 
Account, The driver education course is an educational function statutorily 
assigned to the school district. Therefore, we must conclude that by 
utilizing the aforementioned method of accounting, the school district 
treasurer did not have control of these particular funds. This is contradictory 
to R.S.A. 197:23a which states that the duties of the school district treasurer 
are as follows: 

R.S.A. 197:23a Treasurer's Duties. "The treasurer shall have 
custody of all moneys belonging to the district, and shall 
pay out the same only upon order of the school board...." 

Thus all tuition receipts from patrons for this purpose must be 
accounted for as revenues of the General Fund and should be administered in 
the same manner as other tuition revenue items. In order to comply with the 
above mentioned statute, we recommend the immediate transfer of the Driver 
Education Patrons Fund Balance to the General Fund of the Pelham School District, 

Conclusion : 

The provisions of Chapter 71-A, Section 21, require that the 
auditors' summary of findings and recommendations (letter of transmittal) 
shall be published in the next annual report of the School District. 
Publication of the Exhibits contained in this audit report is optional at 
the discretion of the School Board. This letter, however, must be published 
in its entirety. 

We extend our thanks to the officials and employees of the Pelham 
School District for their assistance during the course of the audit. 

t'^ Very truly yours. 



Frederick E. Laplante 
Director 
MUNICIPAL SERVICES DIVISION 
DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE ADMINISTRATION 



FEL:ceh 



EXHIBIT A- 2 
PELHAM SCHOOL QISTRICT 
General Fund 
Analysis of Change in Current Financial Condition 
Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 1976 



Current Surplus - June 30, 1976 $42,394 

Current Surplus - June 30, 1975 21,966 

Increase in Current Surplus $20,428 



Analysis of Change 

Increase in Current Surplus ; 

Net Budget Surplus (Exhibit A-4) $42,394 



Surplus Used to Reduce School Tax 21,966 

Net Increase in Current Surplus ' $20,428 



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EXHIBIT A- 3 
PELHAM SCHOOL DISTRICT 
General Fund 
Comparative Statement of Appropriations and Expenditures 
Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 1976 



(Assets) & 
Appropriations 

Forwarded Appropriation! 

From 1974-75 1975-76 

Administration ; 

Salaries $ $ 3,270 

Contracted Services 800 1,608 

Other Expenses . 1,650 

Instruction: 



Salaries 1,170,422 

Textbooks 37,000 

Library and Audiovisual Materials 29,000 
Teaching Supplies - , 72,000 

Contracted Services 6,662 
Other Expenses ,> . 15,000 

Attendance Services 50 

Health Services 23,968 

Pupil Transportation 127,409 

Operation of Plant ; 

Salaries 83,600 

Supplies 15,000 

Contracted Services 2,850 

Heat 29,167 

Utilities 93,300 

Maintenance of Plant 11,782 

Fixed Charges ; 

Employee Retirement and .I.C.A. 88,747 

Insurance 60,363 

School Lunch and Special Milk Program 5,104 25,195 

Student Body Activiti3S 31,225 



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A- 3 



Receipts 
and 
Reimbursements 


Total 
Amoun t 
Available 


Expenditures 
1975-76 


Balances 

Unexpended Overdrafts 


Appropriations 
Forwarded 
To 1976-77 


$ 


$ 3,270 
2,408 
1,650 


$ 3,270 
8,615 
2,156 


$ $ 

6,207 

506 


$ 



100 


1,170,522 


1,148,206 


22,316 


176 


37,176 


36,518 


658 


61 


29,061 


28,732 


329 


158 


72,158 


67,106 


5,052 




6,662 


5,977 


685 


42 


15,042 


12,842 


2,200 



3,397 (1) 



50 

23,968 

130,806 



50 

22,825 

133,196 



1,143 



2,390 



171 


85,771 


86,833 






15,000 


14,937 


63 




2,850 


1,908 


942 




29,167 


24,448 


4,719 


8 


93,308 


109,544 




600 


12,382 


12,065 


317 



1,062 



16,236 



132 


88,879 


96,447 




782 


61,145 


50,985 


10,160 


59,886 


90,185 


89,549 


636 


94 


31,319 


28,521 


2,798 



7,568 



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EXHIBIT A- 3 (Continued) 
PELHAM SCHOOL DISTRICT 
General Fund 
Comparative Statement of Appropriations and Expenditures 
Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 1976 



Debt Service ; 

Principal of Debt 
Interest on Debt 

Outgoing Transfer Accounts in State ; 

Tuition 

Supervisory Union Expenses 

Expenditures To Other Than Public Schools 

E.S.E.A. - Title III Funds 



(Assets) & 
Appropriations 
Forwarded 
From 1974-75 



Appropriations 
1975-76 



$ 227,000 
144,795 



3,125 
61,481 

49,153 



( 20) 



E.S,E.A. - Title I Funds ; 

Project #6074.0 
Project #6074.1 
Project #5085.9 

Vocational Education : 

Industrial Arts Implementation Grant 



( 20) 
$5,904 



$2,414,822 



(1) Includes Accounts Receivable of $1,293 



A-3 (2) I 



Receipts 


Total 








Appropriations 


and 


Amount 


Expenditures 


Balances 


Forwarded 


Re imbur s emen t s 


Available 




1975-76 


Unexpended Overdrafts 


To 1976-77 


$ 


$ 227,000 
144,795 


$ 


227,000 
144,795 


$ $ 


$ 


2,418 


5,543 
61,481 




5,485 
61,481 


58 





20 



49,153 



37,724 



11,429 



25,085 


25,085 


22,508 


14,699 


14,699 


14,707 
278 



8 
278 



2,577 



420 



420 



403 



17 



$110,249 



$2,530,955 



$2,499,111 



$63,505 



$34,255 



$2,594 



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EXHIBIT A- 4 
PELHAM SCHOOL DISTRICT 
General Fund 
Comparative Statement of Estimated and Actual Revenues 

and Budget Summary 
Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 1976 



SOURCE 



Surplus Used To Reduce School Tax 



Taxes Ftom School District Levies: 



•Revenues- 



Estimated 



Actual 



Excess 



$ 26,891 $ 21,966 $ 



Deficit 



$4,925 



1975-76 School Tax Assessment 



2,121,521 2,121,521 



Revenue From, State Sources ; 

Sweepstakes 

Foundation Aid 

School Building Aid 

Driver Education Aid 

Child Benefit Service 

Foster Children 

Area Vocational School Aid 

Refund Student Transportation 

Other Revenues ; 

Earnings from Temporary Investments 

Tuition 

Rent 

Filing Fees 

Refunds - Prior Year Expenditures 

Driver Education - Patrons 

Insurance Recovery 



41,585 


41,585 


34,638 


134,638 


68,176 


68,176 


8,310 


4,880 (1) 


13,601 


17,202 3,601 




800 800 




78 78 




1,363 1,363 



100 



(1) Includes Accounts Receivable of $3,080 

(2) Includes Accounts Receivable of $5,040 



15,657 



1,527 
7,805 (2) 
2,472 
4 
1,595 
1,125 
1,229 



$2,414,822 $2,427,966 $21,499 



3,430 



$8,355 



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EXHIBIT A-4 (Continued) 
PELHAM SCHOOL DISTRICT 
General Fund 
Comparative Statement of Estimated and Actual Revenues 

and Budget Summary 
Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 1976 



Budget Summary 

Unexpended Balances of Appropriations $ 63,505 

Overdrafts of Appropriations 34,255 

Net Unexpended Balance of Appropriations $29,250 

Actual Revenues $2,427,966 

Estimated Revenues 2,414,822 

Revenue Surplus 13 ,144 

Net Budget Surplus $42,394 



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EXHIBIT A- 5 
PELHAM SCHOOL DISTRICT 
Capital Projects Funds 
Comparative Balance Sheets 
As of June 30, 1975 and June 30, 1976 



ASSETS 



June 30, 1975 



June 30, 1976 



Cash; 



Memorial School Addition Fund 
Pelham High School Building Fund 



Investments 



Pelham High School Building Fund 



$ 83 
1,371 



$ 
$ 1,454 $ 3,749 

25,000 _____ 



TOTAL ASSETS 



$26,454 



$ 3,749 



LIABILITIES 



Unexpended Balances of Non-Revenue 
Appropriations ; (Overdraft) 

Memorial School Building Fund 
Pelham High School Building Fund 



Unappropriated Surplus ; 

Pelham High School Building Fund 



$ 83 $ 

16,367 ( 6,255) 

$16,450 ($ 6,255) 



10,004 



10,004 



TOTAL LIABILITIES 



$26,454 



$ 3,749 



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EXHIBIT A- 6 
PELHAM SCHOOL DISTRICT 
Long-Term Indebtedness 
Comparative Balance Sheets 
As of June 30, 1975 and June 30, 



1976 



ASSETS 



June 30, 1975 



June 30, 1976 



Amount To Be Provided For 

Retirement of Long-Term Debt 



$3,303,000 



$3,076,000 



LIABILITIES 



Bonds Outstanding: 



Elementary School Addition 
Bonds - 1957 
Memorial School Bond - 1964 
Memorial School Addition 

Bond - 1968 
E.G. Sherburne School Bond - 1972 
E.G. Sherburne School Bond - 1972 
Pelham High School Bond - 1972 
Pelham High School Bond - 1972 

TOTAL LIABILITIES 



$ 13,000 
350,000 

2 CO, 000 
320,000 
110,000 
1,685,000 
565,000 



$ 6,000 
315,000 

240,000 
290,000 
100,000 
1,590,000 
535,000 



$3,303,000 



$3,076,000 



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EXHIBIT A- 7 
PELHAM SCHOOL DISTRICT 
Long-Term Indebtedness 
Statement of Debt Service Requirements 
As of June 30, 1976 



Amount of Original Issue 
Date of Original Issue 
Principal Payable Date 
Interest Payable Dates 
Payable At 



Elementary School 
Addition Bonds 
3 1/2% 

$139,500 
May 1, 1957 
May 1 

May 1 and November 1 
New England Merchants 
National Bank 



Memorial School Bonds 
3.40% 

$750,000 
September 1, 1964 
November 1 
May 1 and November 1 
First National Bank 
of Boston 



Maturities - Fiscal Year 



Ending 






June 


30 


, 1977 


June 


30 


, 1978 


June 


30 


, 1979 


June 


30, 


, 1980 


June 


30, 


, 1981 


June 


30, 


, 1982 


June 


30. 


, 1983 


June 


30, 


, 1984 


June 


30, 


, 1985 


June 


30, 


, 1986 


June 


30, 


, 1987 


June 


30, 


, 1988 


June 


30, 


, 1989 


June 


30, 


, 1990 


June 


30 


, 1991 


June 


30 


, 1992 


June 


30. 


, 1993 



Principal Interest 
$6,000 $210 



Principal 


Interest 


$ 35,000 


$10,115 


35,000 


8,925 


35,000 


7,735 


35,000 


6,545 


35,000 


5,355 


35,000 


4,165 


35,000 


2,975 


35,000 


1,785 


35,000 


595 



$6,000 



$210 



$315,000 $48,195 



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A- 7 



Memorial School Addition 
Bonds 
4.307o 



E.G. Sherburne School 
Bonds 
4.40% 



$415,000 
June 15, 1968 
June 15 

June 15 and December 15 
New England Merchants 
National Bank 



$410,000 
March 1, 1972 
March 1 

March 1 and September 1 
New England Merchants 
National Bank 



Principal 


Interest 


Principal 


Interest 


$ 20,000 


$10,320 


$ 30,000 


$12,760 


20,000 


9,460 


30,000 


11,440 


20,000 


8,600 


30,000 


10,120 


20,000 


7,740 


25,000 


8,800 


20,000 


6,880 


25,000 


7,700 


20,000 


6,020 


25,000 


6,600 


20,000 


5,160 


25,000 


5,500 


20,000 


4,300 


25,000 


4,400 


20,000 


3,440 


25,000 


3,300 


20,000 


2,580 


25,000 


2,200 


20,(^00 


1,720 


25,000 


1,100 


20,000 


860 







$240,000 



$67,080 



$290,000 



$73,920 



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EXHIBIT A- 7 (Continued) 
PELHAM SCHOOL DISTRICT 
Long-Term Indebtedness 
Statement of Debt Service Requirements 
As of June 30, 1976 



Amount of Original Issue 
Date of Original Issue 
Principal Payable Date 
Interest Payable Dates 
Payable At 



E.G. Sherburne School 

Bonds 
5^0% 

$140,000 
March 1, 1972 
March 1 

March 1 and September 1 
New England Merchants 
National Bank 



Pelham High School 

Bonds 
4^i% 

$1,875,000 
December 1, 1972 
December 1 

December 1 and June 1 
New England Merchants 
National Bank 



Maturities - Fiscal Year 

Ending ; 

June 30, 1977 

June 30, 1978 

June 30, 1979 

June 30, 1980 

June 30, 1981 

June 30, 1982 

June 30, 1983 

June 30, 1984 

June 30, 1985 

June 30, 1986 

June 30, 1987 

June 30, 1988 

June 30, 1989 

June 30, 1990 

June 30, 1991 

June 30, 1992 

June 30. 1993 



Principal 


Interest 


Principal 


Interest 


$ 10,000 


$ 5,000 


$ 95,000 


$ 70,955 


10,000 


4,500 


95,000 


66,585 


10,000 


4,000 


95,000 


62,215 


10,000 


3,500 


95,000 


57,845 


5,000 


3,000 


95,000 


53,475 


5,000 


2,750 


95,000 


49,105 


5,000 


2,500 


95,000 


44,735 


5,000 


2,250 


95,000 


40,365 


5,000 


2,000 


95,000 


35,995 


5,000 


1,750 


95,000 


31,625 


5,000 


1,500 


95,000 


27,255 


5,000 


1,250 


95,000 


22,885 


5,000 


1,000 


90,000 


18,630 


5,000 


750 


90,000 


14,490 


5,000 


500 


90,000 


10,350 


5,000 


250 


90,000 


6,210 






90,000 
$1,590,000 


2,070 


$100,000 


$36,500 


$614,790 



Pelham High School 

Bonds 
4.97o 

$625,000 
December 1, 1972 
December 1 

December 1 and June 1 
New England Merchants 
National Bank 



Principal 


Interest 


$ 30,000 


$ 25,480 


30,000 


24,010 


30,000 


22,540 


30,000 


21,070 


30,000 


19,600 


30,000 


17,597 


30,000 


16,128 


30,000 


15,190 


30,000 


13,720 


30,000 


12,250 


30,000 


10,780 


30,000 


9,310 


35,000 


7,717 


35,000 


6,003 


35,000 


4,287 


35,000 


2,573 


35,000 


857 


$535,000 


$229,112 





Total 


Principal 


Interest 


$ 226,000 


$ 134,840 


220,000 


124,920 


220,000 


115,210 


215,000 


105,500 


210,000 


96,010 


210,000 


86,237 


210,000 


76,998 


210,000 


68,290 


210,000 


59,050 


175,000 


50,405 


175,000 


42,355 


150,000 


34,305 


130,000 


27,347 


130,000 


21,243 


130,000 


15,137 


130,000 


9,033 


125,000 


2,927 


$3,076,000 


$1,069,807 



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EXHIBIT B-1 
PELHAM SCHOOL DISTRICT 
General Fund 
Classified Statement of Receipts and Expenditures 
Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 1976 



RECEIPTS 



Local Taxation: 



Town of Pelham: 



Current Appropriation 
Balance 1974-75 Appropriation 
Advance 1976-77 Appropriation 



Revenue From State Sources ; 

Foundation Aid 

School Building Aid 

Sweepstakes 

Driver Education 

Child Benefit Services 

Foster Children Aid 

Gas Tax Refunds 

Area Vocational School Aid 

Refund Transportation 



Revenue From Federal Sources: 



$2,121,521 

1,000 

99,000 



$ 134 


,638 


68 


,176 


41 


,585 


1 


,800 


17 


,202 




800 


2 


,104 




78 


1 


,363 



$2,221,521 



267,746 



School Lunch and Special Milk Program 

Current Year 
School Lunch and Special Milk Program 

Prior Year 
ESEA Title I - Current Year 
ESEA Title III - Prior Year 



$ 56,154 

3,707 

39,599 

20 



Vocational Education : 

Industrial Arts Implementation Grant 



Revenue From Other Sources: 



420 



99,900 



Earnings From Temporary Deposits 

and Investments 
Tuition 
Rent 

Filing Fees 
Refunds - Prior Year Expenditures 



$ 



1,527 
2,765 
2,472 
4 
1,595 



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EXHIBIT B-1 (Continued) 
PELHAM SCHOOL DISTRICT 
General Fund 
'Classified Statement of Receipts and Expenditures 
Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 1976 



RECEIPTS (Continued) 



Revenue From Other Sources; 



Driver Education - Patrons 
Insurance Recovery 



1,125 
1,229 



$ 



Appropriation Credits ; 



Instruction : 
Salaries 
Textbooks 

Library and Audiovisual Materials 
Teaching Supplies 
Other Expenses 



100 

176 
61 

158 
42 



Operation of Plant ; 
Salaries 
Utilities, Except Heat 



2,171 
8 



Maintenance of Plant 



600 



Fixed Charges : 

Employee Retirement and F.I.C.A. 
Insurance 



132 

782 



School Lunch and Special Milk Program : 
District Monies 

Student Body Activities 



25 

94 



Outgoing Transfer Accounts In State ; 
Tuition to Other School Districts 

E.S.E.A. Title I 



2,418 
185 



17,669 



Total Receipts From All Sources 



$2,606,836 



Balance - July 1, 1975 



26,850 



GRAND TOTAL 



$2,633,686 



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EXHIBIT B-1 (Continued) 

PELHAM SCHOOL DISTRICT 

General Fund 

Classified Statement of Receipts and Expenditures 

Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 1976 



EXPENDITURES 

Administration ; 

Salaries 

Contracted Services 
Other Expenses 



Instruction : 

Salaries 

Textbooks 

Library and Audiovisual Materials 

Teaching Supplies 

Contracted Services 

Other Expenses 



Attendance Services 


Health Services 


Pupil Transportation 


Operation of Plant: 



Salaries 

Supplies 

Contracted Services 

Heat 

Utilities 



Maintenance of Plant 

Fixed Charges : 

Employee Retirement and F.I.C.A. 
Insurance 



3,270 
8,615 
2,156 



$1,148,206 
36,518 
28,732 
67,106 
5,977 
12,842 



86,833 

14,937 

1,908 

24,448 

109,544 



$ 96,447 
50,985 



$ 14,041 



1,299,381 

50 

22,825 

133,196 



237,670 



12,065 



147,432 



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EXHIBIT B-1 (Continued) 
PELHAM SCHOOL DISTRICT 
General Fund 
Classified Statement of Receipts and Expenditures 
Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 1976 



EXPENDITURES (Continued) 



School Lunch and Special Milk Program ; 

Federal Monies 
District Monies 



Student Body Activities 

Debt Service ; 

Principal of Debt 
Interest on Debt 

^Outgoing Transfer Accounts In-State ; 

Tuition 

Supervisory Union Expenses 

Expenditures To Other Than Public Schools 

E.S.E.A. Title I 

Vocational Education - 

Industrial Arts Implementation Grant 

Total Expenditures For All Purposes 

Balance - June 30, 1976 

GRAND TOTAL 



$ 64,964 
24,585 



$ 227,000 
144,795 



$ 5,485 
61,481 



$ 89,549 
28,521 



371,795 



66,966 
37,724 
37,493 

403 

$2,499,111 

134,575 

$2,633,686 



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EXHIBIT B-2 

PELHAM SCHOOL DISTRICT 

Capital Projects Funds 

Memorial School Addition Building Fund 

Statement of Receipts and Expenditures 

Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 1976 



Balance - July 1, 1975 $83 

Expenditures During Year ; 

Equipment 83 

Balance - June 30, 1976 - - 



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EXHIBIT B-3 
PELHAM SCHOOL DISTRICT 
Capital Projects Fund 
Pelham High School Building Fund 
Statement of Receipts and Expenditures 
Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 1976 



Balance - July 1, 1975 $26,371 

Receipts During Year ; 

Interest on Investments 788 

$27,159 

Expenditures During Year ; 

Books and Publications $10,874 

Building 5,681 

Equipment 2,755 

Site Preparation 4,100 

23,410 

Balance - June 30, 1976 $ 3,749 



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EXHIBIT B-4 
PELHAM SCHOOL DISTRICT 
Cash With Fiscal Agents 
Statement of Account 
Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 1976 



Balance in Custody of Fiscal Agents - 
July 1, 1975 ; 

The First National Bank of Boston 
New England Merchants National Bank 



Deposits With Fiscal Agents During Year ; 

The First National Bank of Boston ; 

a/c Maturing Bonds 
a/c Maturing Interest 

New England Merchants National Bank ; 

a/c Maturing Bonds 
a/c Maturing Interest 



Payments By Fiscal Agents During Year ; 

The First National Bank of Boston ; 

Matured Bonds Paid 
Matured Interest Paid 

New England Merchants National Bank : 

Matured Bonds Paid 
Matured Interest Paid 



Balance in Custody of Fiscal Agents - 
June 30, 1976 



680 
5,1^3 



$ 35,000 
11,305 



192,000 
133,490 



$ 35,000 
10,795 



186,000 
134,240 



$ 5,823 



371,795 
$377,618 



366,035 



$ 11,583 



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EXHIBIT C 
PELHAM SCHOOL DISTRICT 
School Lunch Program 
Statement of Receipts and Expenditures 
Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 1976 



Balance - July 1, 1975 

Receipts During Year : 

Lunch Sales ; 
Children 
Adult 



$ 51,526 
2,752 



$ 54,278 



$ 9,588 



Milk Sales ; 
Children 
Adult 



$ 13,351 
165 



Reimbursements 

District - Appropriation 

Miscellaneous 

Snack Bar Sales 



Total Receipts 



13,516 

65,432 

30,106 

1,668 

29,730 



194,730 
$204,318 



Expenditures During Year ; 

Food 
Milk 



$ 49,243 
28,996 



Labor: 



Adult 
Children 



$ 50,762 
134 



Equipment 
Expendible Supplies 



50,896 

15,224 
5,086 



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EXHIBIT C (Continued) 

PELHAM SCHOOL DISTRICT 

School Lunch Program 

Statement of Receipts and Expenditures 

Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 1976 



Expenditures During Year ; (Continued) 

Snack Bar ; 
Food 
Labor 



Miscellaneous Other Expenses 
Utility and Custodial Expenses 



$ 24,093 
5,267 



$ 29,360 

10,534 
255 



Total Expenditures 



Balance - June 30, 1976 



189,594 
$ 14,724 



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EXHIBIT D 
PELHAM SCHOOL DISTRICT 
Student Activities Fund 
E.G» Sherburne School Funds 
Statement of Receipts and Expenditures 
Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 1976 



Balance - July 1, 1975 $ 328 

Receipts During Year 2,175 

$2,503 



Disbursements During Year 1,734 



Balance - June 30, 1976 a -jrq 



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EXHIBIT E 

PELHAM SCHOOL DISTRICT 

Student Activities Funds 

Pelham Memorial School Funds 

Statement of Receipts and Expenditures 

Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 1976 



Balance - July 1, 1975 $1,412 

Receipts During Year 4,791 

$6,203 
Expenditures During Year 3,929 

Balance - June 30, 1976 $2,274 



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EXHIBIT F 

PELHAM SCHOOL DISTRICT 

Student Activities Funds 

Pelham High School Funds 

Statement of Receipts and Expenditures 

Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 1976 



Balance - July 1, 1975 



$ 3,934 



Receipts During Year 



35,473 
$39,407 



Expenditures During Year 



29.204 



Balance - June 30, 1976 



$10,203 



EXHIBIT G 
PELHAM SCHOOL DISTRICT 
Statement of School Tax Account 
Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 1976 



1975-76 School Tax 



Add; Balance 1974-75 School Tax 



Advance 1976-77 School Tax 



$2,121,521 

1,000 

99,000 



Received From Town of Pelham During Year; 



$2,221,521 



August 


1975 


September 


1975 


October 


1975 


November 


1975 


December 


1975 


February 


1976 


March 


1976 


April 


1976 


May 


1976 


June 


1976 



150,000 
56,000 
232,000 
300,000 
200,000 
250,000 
200,000 
300,000 
130,000 
403,521 



$2,221,521 



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